FTC levies fine against big-league spammers

Friday, 7 April 2006, 4:21 PM EST

The U.S. Federal Trade Comission said it has closed down a spam operation in California that sent millions of unwanted messages to online users across the country and fined the companies involved about $2.4 million. But based on the financial records of the defendants, the judgment will be suspended upon payment of $475,000.

At Spam Daily News.

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