|Re: Top Spammer Arrested; Watch for Decrease in Spam Mail|
|Steven Lichter (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Thu, 31 May 2007 08:30:53 -0700
Gene Johnson wrote:|
> By GENE JOHNSON, AP Legal Affairs Writer
> A 27-year-old man described as one of the world's most prolific
> Robert Alan Soloway is accused of using networks of compromised
> "He's one of the top 10 spammers in the world," said Tim Cranton, a
> A federal grand jury last week returned a 35-count indictment against
> Soloway pleaded not guilty Wednesday afternoon to all charges after a
> He has been living in a ritzy apartment and drives an expensive
> A public defender who represented him for Wednesday's hearing declined
> Prosecutors say Soloway used computers infected with malicious code to
> He continued his activities even after Microsoft won a $7 million
> U.S. Attorney Jeff Sullivan said Wednesday that the case is the first
> The investigation began when the authorities began receiving hundreds
> The Santa Barbara County, Calif., Department of Social Services said
> "This is not just a nuisance. This is way beyond a nuisance," Warma
> Soloway used the networks of compromised computers to send out
> People who clicked on a link in the e-mail were directed to his Web
> The Spamhaus Project rejoiced at his arrest.
> "Soloway has been a long-term nuisance on the Internet -- both in
> Soloway remained in federal detention pending a hearing Monday.
> Copyright 2007 The Associated Press.
I think they should shoot him and posted a picture of his dead body on
The Only Good Spammer is a Dead one!! Have you hunted one down today?
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