Saturday, September 27, 2003

AntiSpam website suffer internet attacks

Reuters reports that the war against SPAM has escalated as web sites that provide spam blocking lists have shut down as a result of crippling Internet attacks in what experts believe are being perpetrated by spammers who don't want these blocking lists to succeed.

California recently passed the toughest anti-spam law in the country, allowing people to sue spammers for $1,000 per unsolicited e-mail and up to $1 million for a spam campaign.

And with Congress on the heals of passing legislation providing for heavy fines on spam, one wonders if who's next?


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