Will Arrest Stem Tide of Spam? by Bill Nussey

Legitimate email marketers, anti-spam groups and beleaguered recipients got a bit of good news with the arrest last week of a man described as one of the world’s most prolific spammers. Robert Alan Soloway, 27, dubbed “the Seattle Spammer” by federal officials, was indicted on 35 charges related to fraudulent Internet activities. Soloway pleaded not guilty to all charges at his May 30 arraignment. You can read more here. Although it’s always great when a notorious spammer gets put out of business, such actions probably won’t result in a drop in the amount of spam that gets sent.
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