Three spammers face obscenity and CAN-SPAM charges

Wednesday, 31 August 2005, 2:24 PM EST

Three spammers were indicted in Pheonix last week for sending obscene spam in violation of US anti-spam regulations. The three were also charged with breaches of federal obscenity, money laundering and conspiracy laws.

According to the US Justice Department, the three have each been charged with one count of criminal conspiracy and two counts of fraud and related activity in connection with the sending of unsolicited email under the CAN-SPAM Act.

At The Register.

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