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2 Found Guilty of 3 Felony Spam Counts in VA

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Posted by admin on Nov 04, 2004 - 10:20 PM

Jeremy Jaynes, 30, and his sister Jessica DeGroot, 28, both of the Raleigh, North Carolina, area were both found guilty of three felony charges each for using phony Internet addresses to send large volumes of e-mail ads through an AOL server in Loudoun, Virginia. The jury recommended 9 years in prison for Jaynes, and $7500 in fines for DeGroot for violating Virginia's anti-spam laws. Read the article at The Washington Post [1] (registration required).

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