Email bankruptcy

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Email Bankruptcy is a term used to identify or explain a decision to close an e-mail account due to an overwhelming receipt of garbage messages, compared to legitimate messages, usually attributed to author Lawrence Lessig in 2004[1] but can also be attributed to Dr. Sherry Turkle in 2002.[2]

An insurmountable volume or backlog of legitimate messages (e.g. maybe on return from an extended vacation), may also lead to bankruptcy.

To declare bankruptcy, a message is usually sent to all senders explaining the problem, that their message has been deleted and if their message still requires a response, to resend their message.

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