Jeremy Jaynes, a man who sent massive amounts of illegal bulk spam e-mail, was today sentenced to nine years in prison.
But the judge did postpone his sentence while the case is appealed. Loudoun County Circuit Judge Thomas Horne said that because the bulk e-mail distribution law is still new and raises constitutional questions, it was appropriate to postpone the prison time until appeals courts rule.
Judge sentences spammer to nine years in prison
Posted on Friday, April 08 2005 @ 20:37 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck