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Who cares if a spammer is arrested?

I was quoted in the USA Today regarding the spammer who was recently charged with multiple counts of being a general pain in the rear and being an accessory to being a pain in the rear. I talked to several reporters about this yesterday, and here are some of my soundbites which may or may not have made it into print:

  • Spam, like most forms of organized crime, is too profitable to end by arresting single individuals.
  • This arrest solves a spam problem from four years ago, and not today's issues.
  • The spammers are manipulating equities markets and compromising financial accounts. Anti-spam regulations are the least of their concern.

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