Great Audio File – Take a Listen to Anne Mitchell on the Chris Pirillo Show!
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Ending years of speculation about Aunty’s secret identity, Anne P. Mitchell, Esq., president and CEO of the Institute for Spam and Internet Public Policy, dishes with Chris Pirillo on the Chris Pirillo Show, and now you can hear the interview via MP3 for free.

Here’s what the Chris Pirillo Show says about the interview:


“Spam is one of those universal problems faced by everyone on the Internet. Anne Mitchell is active on the front lines educating, advocating and implementing solutions meant to slow and eventually halt the spread of this digital plague.

From pioneering work as part of MAPS, to CEO of sender verification program Habeas, to her current role as President and CEO of the Institute for Spam and Internet Public Policy where she established the ISIPP Sender Accreditation Program to help ISPs identify legitimate mail from junk, Anne is actively working to stop spam.

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We caught up with Anne at SES San Jose to get her take on the current climate in war on spam.”

Whether you care about the issues, or just want to know who Aunty really is, it’s worth a listen, and you can get the MP3 file of Anne Mitchell on the Chris Pirillo Show here.

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