Spammer Set Free By Virginia Supreme Court

September 15, 2008

The Virginia Supreme Court has set a spammer free, stating that an anti-spam law is unconstitutionalBoston (ChattahBox) – The Virginia Supreme Court has set a spammer free, stating that an anti-spam law is unconstitutional.

The Virginia Supreme Court has allowed spammer Jeremy Jaynes to walk free.

He was the first person to be convicted of a felony crime for sending spam back in 2004, and was sentenced to 9 years in jail.

He sent thousands of spam e-mails out to users of America Online.

The court ruled though that the anti-span law is unconstitutional.

They stated that it violates the First Amendment’s free-speech protection.

The ruling is going to be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.


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