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Does spamming pay?

A small internet service provider (ISP) is rewarded for blowing the whistle on a spammer.

The small ISP network, CIS Internet Services, of Clinton, Iowa, has just won one of the largest payouts ever extracted from a spammer. The total amount won in the suit is $11.2 billion.

James McCalla, of Florida, was found to have sent more than 280 million illegal and unsolicited e-mails advertising mortgage and debt consolidation services through the ISP’s network.

Prosecutors argued that under state law in effect at the time, CIS was entitled to $10 per illegal e-mail.

The Iowa court was told the defendants “falsely and illegally” represented that their e-mails originated from the CIS domain The e-mails used the cis.net as a return address to disguise the source of the e-mails to avoid complaints.

CIS representatives said that it was time that spammers learnt that their actions would result in an economic death penalty.

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