EARTHLINK SUES ALLEGED SPAMMERS

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EARTHLINK SUES ALLEGED SPAMMERS

 user 2005-02-27 at 9:34:00 am Views: 99
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    EarthLink Sues Alleged Spammers

    EarthLink filed four lawsuits against
    alleged spammers on January 18th but announced the filings Wednesday. The
    lawsuits name defendants in California, Florida and Washington, and include
    other unidentified defendants.



    Four separate civil lawsuits have been filed against alleged
    e-mail spammers by Atlanta-based EarthLink.

    The Internet provider filed the lawsuits Jan. 18 but announced the filings
    Wednesday. The lawsuits name defendants in California, Florida and Washington,
    as well as unidentified defendants.

    The California suit charges Gregory Lars Alsing with sending “fraudulent
    e-mails … advertising cable descramblers.”

    In Florida, B.C. Alliance of Sunrise and Craig S. Brockwell of Miami were
    accused of sending deceptive e-mails for inkjet printers.

    Another suit against a different group of alleged spammers in Florida claims
    Peter Moshou of Auburndale and several unidentified accomplices sent out
    unsolicited e-mails promoting brokerage services.

    The Washington suit alleges Christina Reese and Angela M. Nickerson sent
    “tens of thousands of fraudulent and deceptive e-mails advertising pornographic
    Web sites.”

    All four suits were filed in federal District Court in Atlanta.

    Each suit accuses the defendants with violating the federal CAN SPAM Act as
    well as various state and federal statutes.