[[Jeremy Jaynes]] made $750,000 a month in 2003. Now, he'll be making license plates until 2017.

A notorious and convicted spammer, Jaynes lost his argument before the Virginia Supreme Court. He used aliases and 10 broadband connections. Apparently it was the aliases that showed he was more into trickery than promoting ideas. It is estimated that he sent 10 million messages/day. Here's A Thinking Man's take on the topic as a user of SpamArrest , a [[challenge-response spam filtering]] technology. Sendio is my solution and is extremely flexible and even minimizes the number of challenges through its use of [[graylisting]]. 

This post has already been read 0 times!