Court winner launches anti-spam campaign

Thursday, 15 March 2007, 1:49 PM EST

A man who won £750 in compensation from a UK firm after receiving a single spam email has set up Scotchspam.com to help other internet users bring spammers to court.

Edinburgh's Sheriff Court ordered Transcom Internet Services to pay a total of £1,369 including costs to 30 year-old Gordon Dick.

At vnunet.

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