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First spam felony conviction upheld: no free speech to spam
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Written by Daniel   
Monday, 03 March 2008 12:33

Virginia's Supreme Court on Friday upheld the first US felony conviction for spamming.

By David Chartier | Published: March 02, 2008 - 09:40PM CT
Ars Technica

The spammer will serve nine years in prison for sending what authorities believe to be millions of messages over a two-month period in 2003.

Jeremy Jaynes is the man who will make history. A Raleigh, North Carolina, resident who made Spamhaus' top 10 list of spammers, Jaynes was arrested in 2003 even before the CAN SPAM act was passed by Congress. Jaynes was convicted in 2005, but his lawyers appealed the conviction. This past Friday, the Virginia Supreme Court upheld that conviction, but the vote was a narrow 4-3.   [Comments...]

 

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