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MySpace alleges in the suit that beginning in October 2006 Wallace implemented a phishing scheme to falsely gain access to MySpace user profiles. Wallace created profiles, groups, and forums on MySpace to direct users through deceptive means to websites owned and/or operated by Wallace. Wallace also spammed thousands of users with unwanted advertisements that promoted his websites. MySpace press release [home.businesswire.com]
MySpace sues 'Spam King' over fake profiles [latimes.com]
In 2006, Wallace was forced to pay more than $4 million in a lawsuit brought by the FTC for the actions of Smartbot .net.
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joined:Dec 29, 2003
so this is how myspace adds 250k "users" a day?
I have been approached by people who want to pay me to send bullitens for them, it's interesting. No amount worth my time yet, but interesting none the less.