Spammer sentenced to 9 years

First felony spam case in U.S.

Jeremy Jaynes remains out of prison pending appeal.

The Associated Press

Updated: 8:39 p.m. ET April 8, 2005

Damn spammers. If they put him in jail, won't he have internet access there too? I say, move him to a third world country.

I use SpamCop.net with great dedication. As a result, I only get a few spams a day. I think it is much better than using filters, which require maintenance/management, and scanners, which sometimes block good emails yet miss spam. It may take up to a few months to produce a noticable reduction in junk email, but it will get many of those jerks off your back with continued use.


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