Spam king sets up in New Zealand?

Tuesday, 14 March 2006, 3:06 AM EST

An unsolicited bulk email campaign for broadband and telephone calling rates may have flushed out a notorious U.S. spammer from a low-profile existence in Auckland.

Contacted by Computerworld, Brendan Battles of Auckland denies that he is the same person as U.S. spammer Brendan Battles. He also denied spamming in New Zealand, even though Computerworld rang him on a number supplied in one of the spam messages.

At Computerworld.

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