Microsoft sues more alleged Hotmail spammers

Monday, 25 June 2007, 11:41 AM EST

Microsoft has filed two lawsuits over the past weeks, looking to crack down on spam on its Windows Live Hotmail network.

The "John Doe" lawsuits were filed against unknown alleged spammers who had been sending large quantities of spam advertising debt relief and adult Web sites to Hotmail accounts.

At Computerworld.

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