I mentioned back on November 5 that the Federal Trade Commission receives about 70,000 spam messages sent in by Internet users. This article from Wired notes that the FTC itself is bouncing many e-mails for coming from blacklisted Internet service providers. Fred Langa noted earlier this month in Information Week that while spam filters statistically only catch less than 25% of all spam, it also stops 34% of all legitimate e-mail. Crazy.