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   * What are the attributes of spam? How can you decide whether an email is a spam or normal email?   * What are the attributes of spam? How can you decide whether an email is a spam or normal email?
   * Can one spam filter be used for everyone? How can a spam filter keep its efficiency over time? How can a spam filter work for different people?   * Can one spam filter be used for everyone? How can a spam filter keep its efficiency over time? How can a spam filter work for different people?
-  * Can a spam filter commit errors? ​Which ones? When is one filter better than another? Are all errors equally serious, or are there some more serious than others?+  * Can a spam filter commit errors? ​What type of errors? When is one filter better than another? Are all errors equally serious, or are there some more serious than others?
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