Spammer fighting sentence

Thursday, 7 September 2006, 12:39 PM EST

Yesterday, the Washington Post reported that the conviction of spammer Jeremy Jaynes had been upheld in a Virginia Court of Appeals. In February 2005, Jaynes received a nine-year prison sentence. However, he remained free on a $1 million bond while his case went to the Virginia appellate court.

At Viruslist.

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