Spamhaus turns blind eye to U.S. court ruling
A prominent spam research organization based in London will ignore a US$11.7 million judgment against it by a U.S. federal judge since it can't be enforced in the U.K.
Steven Linford, chief executive officer of the Spamhaus Project, said Friday the lawsuit was filed by David Linhardt, whose e-mail messages that advertised bargain goods were considered spam by his organization. The judgment was handed down on Wednesday in the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois. Spamhaus turns blind eye to U.S. court ruling | InfoWorld | News | 2006-09-15 | By Jeremy Kirk, IDG News Service
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