According to a survey by the China Internet society, more than% of mobile phone users in China receive spam every week, of which% receive more than%. Percent of all users surveyed received five to five spam messages nationwide, according to the survey released on Tuesday. The survey showed that% of users received at least eight spam messages a week.
The survey showed that% of ordinary spam messages included advertising, fraud, illegal sale of vehicles, weapons or fake diplomas, and short message services that users had never registered Service (SMS). However, according to the survey, only Lu Xiangdong, deputy general manager of China Mobile Communications Group, said that even he could not escape spam messages. In order to control spam messages, mobile operators should be alert to a large number of short messages from one sender.
On the other hand, mobile service providers should provide users with more healthy content, such as news, e-books and TV programs. In order to intensify this effort, China Mobile, China Unicom, China Telecom and China Netcom, the four major mobile operators in China, joined other service providers, including sinacom and Sohu, and set up a "green mobile culture" Association on Tuesday. Members promised not to spread unhealthy or illegal information, and made further efforts to eliminate spam messages.
中国互联网协会（China internetwork Society）的一项调查显示，中国手机用户每周收到垃圾邮件的次数超过了%，其中%的用户每周收到垃圾邮件的次数超过了%。本周二发布的这项调查显示，在全国范围内，接受调查的所有用户中，有%的人收到了5到5条垃圾邮件调查显示，%的用户每周至少收到8条垃圾短信，调查显示，%的普通垃圾短信包括广告、诈骗、非法出售车辆、武器或假文凭的信息，以及用户从未注册过的短消息服务（SMS）。然而，调查显示，只有中国移动通信集团公司副总经理陆向东说，即使是他也逃不掉垃圾短信。
According to a survey released by the China Internet Association on Tuesday, a large number of spam messages are flooding Chinese mobile phone users, with% of them receiving more than times of spam a week. According to a survey released by the China Internet Association on Tuesday, percent of all users surveyed across the country receive at least eight spam messages a week According to the survey, percent of the common spam includes advertising, fraud, illegal sale of vehicles, weapons or fake diplomas. Lu Xiangdong, deputy general manager of China Mobile Communications Group, said that even he could not get rid of the problem of spam, but the survey showed that only% of users had complained to the regulatory authorities, and about half of the users did not know how to cancel it In order to control spam messages, mobile operators should be alert to a large number of suspicious SMS messages from one sender.
On the other hand, mobile service providers should provide users with more healthy content, such as news, e-books and TV programs. To strengthen efforts in this regard, China Mobile, China Unicom, China Telecom, China Netcom and other service providers jointly set up a "green mobile culture" association with sinacom and Sohu on Tuesday. Its members promised not to spread unhealthy or illegal information and made further efforts to eliminate spam messages.
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