Crooks behind spam deluge

Tuesday, 20 February 2007, 12:00 AM EST

The Australian Communications and Media Authority has launched a series of investigations into possible breaches of local anti-spamming laws following its successful prosecution of a Perth spammer last year.

The authority's anti-spam team manager, Bruce Matthews, said ACMA was pursuing a number of possible violations of the 2003 Spam Act as the volume of unsolicited emails hitting Australian servers continued to increase.

At Australian IT.

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