9-Year Term Urged In First Felony Spam Conviction

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Two North Carolinians yesterday became the first people in the nation to be convicted on felony spamming charges, the Washington Post reports. A jury in Loudoun County, Va., near Washington, D.C., ound that they flooded tens of thousands of America Online e-mail accounts with unsolicited e-mail. Jeremy Jaynes, 30, and his sister Jessica DeGroot, 28,
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