Anti-spam law arests

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Ed Mullikin, Dec 12, 2003.

  1. Ed Mullikin

    Ed Mullikin Guest

    This may not be the right venue for this but a lot of people would be
    interested in this article which appeared on the front page of the December
    12 issue of the The Roanoke (VA) Times:


    Va. accuses 2 N.C. men of breaking anti-spam law

    A Web site described one of the men as part of a "non-stop group of porn
    spammers."

    Associated Press



    STERLING, Va. - Billing it as the nation's first felony indictment for spam,
    Virginia prosecutors accused two North Carolina men Thursday of flooding the
    Internet with e-mail pitches for investments, software and other products.

    Jeremy Jaynes of Raleigh and Richard Rutowski of Cary each face four counts
    under Virginia's new law barring the use of fraudulent means to transmit
    unsolicited bulk e-mail, said Attorney General Jerry Kilgore.

    Using the alias "Gaven Stubberfield," Jaynes allegedly sent hundreds of
    thousands of unsolicited e-mails. Both men are expected to be extradited to
    face charges in Loudoun County because many of the servers that handled the
    spam messages are located there.
     
    Ed Mullikin, Dec 12, 2003
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    Harrison Guest

    http://news.com.com/2100-1028-5120673.html

    On Fri, 12 Dec 2003 11:46:50 -0500, "Ed Mullikin" <>
    wrote:

    >This may not be the right venue for this but a lot of people would be
    >interested in this article which appeared on the front page of the December
    >12 issue of the The Roanoke (VA) Times:
    >
    >
    >Va. accuses 2 N.C. men of breaking anti-spam law
    >
    >A Web site described one of the men as part of a "non-stop group of porn
    >spammers."
    >
    >Associated Press
    >
    >
    >
    >STERLING, Va. - Billing it as the nation's first felony indictment for spam,
    >Virginia prosecutors accused two North Carolina men Thursday of flooding the
    >Internet with e-mail pitches for investments, software and other products.
    >
    >Jeremy Jaynes of Raleigh and Richard Rutowski of Cary each face four counts
    >under Virginia's new law barring the use of fraudulent means to transmit
    >unsolicited bulk e-mail, said Attorney General Jerry Kilgore.
    >
    >Using the alias "Gaven Stubberfield," Jaynes allegedly sent hundreds of
    >thousands of unsolicited e-mails. Both men are expected to be extradited to
    >face charges in Loudoun County because many of the servers that handled the
    >spam messages are located there.
    >
     
    Harrison, Dec 12, 2003
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    EricP Guest

    On Fri, 12 Dec 2003 11:46:50 -0500, "Ed Mullikin" <>
    wrote:

    >This may not be the right venue for this but a lot of people would be
    >interested in this article which appeared on the front page of the December
    >12 issue of the The Roanoke (VA) Times:
    >

    It cheered me up for the day. :)))))
     
    EricP, Dec 12, 2003
    #3
  4. Ed Mullikin

    d w a c o n Guest

    "Ed Mullikin" <> wrote in message
    news:%hmCb.4221$hf1.2399@lakeread06...
    > This may not be the right venue for this but a lot of people would be
    > interested in this article which appeared on the front page of the

    December
    > 12 issue of the The Roanoke (VA) Times:



    True justice... put the guy in the electric chair and it starts at zero
    volts and increases one volt for each spam that he sent out. The boy will
    be deep fat Kentucky fried...


    --
    The generation that used acid to escape reality
    Is now using antacid to deal with reality
    http://www.dwacon.com
     
    d w a c o n, Dec 14, 2003
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