Anti-spam tech reborn as web activist tool

Monday, 18 December 2006, 4:03 PM EST

The people behind Blue Security, the anti-spam firm brought down by a rogue spammer earlier this year, have launched a new social action firm.

The new company - renamed Collactive - will market tools designed to organise grassroots action by web activists. Collactive is repurposing Blue Security's Blue Frog technology to put pressure on government agencies in much the same way the technology was used to make life difficult for spammers.

At The Register.

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