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    Why are people clicking on links in emails they don't want?????? Never EVER click on any link in any unsolicited, suspicious email. Even ones which say unsubscribe . The unsubscribe link goes to the sender , who doesn't care what you think. These emails are called Phishing - they are there to get you to click on something, so the sender can a) either figure out that your email address is real and sell it on to other spammers or b) get you (or a curious male recipient) to click on a link which then installs a virus to dredge up your personal data. The same goes for ads for viagra, ***** enlargement , bitcoin - aaargh!

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