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ICANN Says They Can’t Delete Names

Posted on 10/11/2006 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

A federal judge has ordered ICANN to delete a spam group’s domain name, spamhaus.com. ICANN claims that they can’t comply with the courts orders as they do not have the ability to delete names. Instead, the group says that this can only be done by the Registrars.…
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Hotmail Takes a Stand on Spam

Posted on 05/05/1998 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

Hotmail filed lawsuits against eight companies who had sent unsolicited emails from hotmail accounts. The courts backed Hotmail, owned by Microsoft, and issued preliminary injunctions against the eight companies.…
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Businessman Mistaken as Spammer

Posted on 05/04/1998 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

Thomas Cameron, a network consultant, suffered three days of downtime when his internet account was cancelled because his ISP had not thoroughly investigated the source of recent spamming activity. Thrown off because she hadn’t used the full numerical address, the ISP representative had simply unplugged Cameron without warning. Once she …
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.to Stands Against Spam

Posted on 03/17/1998 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

The country of Tonga had set its TLD .to out for resale through the company Tonic. Now they’ve introduced a no-spam policy. Any .to domains involved in spam will be booted, says His Royal Highness Crown Prince Tupouto’a.…
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Bigfoot Stomps Spammers

Posted on 03/10/1998 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

Sanford Wallace ran one of the largest ‘spamming’ companies in America, Cyber Promotions. Even after having his company shut down, Bigfoot, a company that provides free email addresses, won a lawsuit prohibiting Wallace from sending emails to Bigfoot users and users of Bigfoot affiliations.…
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Hormel vs. Spamford.com

Posted on 07/03/1997 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

Cyber Promotions, Inc., an email marketing company most known for spamming, is currently in the middle of a trademark dispute with Hormel over the use of the world “spam”. Hormel demanded that Cyber Promotions stop using the word ‘spam’ in their domain spamford.com, but the company rejected this request.…
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Netcom Blocks Spam from Hotmail

Posted on 07/02/1997 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

Netcom claims it had to block incoming email from Hotmail, a free email service, due to significant spam from a Hotmail email address. The majority of the spam was head to various AOL email addresses, but AOL rejected the messages as spam, causing them to pile up on Netcom’s servers, …
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Web Systems Takes on Cyber Promotions

Posted on 06/06/1997 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

Web Systems, an internet development company, filed for a restraining order against Cyber Promotions, a notorious web spammer. The suit claims that Cyber Promotions used Gavin Clarkson’s, Chairman of Web Systems, email address in spamming, which in turn flooded the web development company’s servers.…
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Cyber Promotions and AOL Both Claim Victories

Posted on 02/04/1997 in News & Articles: iGoldRush Blog:

In a suit that both sides are calling victory, AOL members can now block spam messages from Cyber Promotions; however Cyber Promotions can continue sending junk email to those AOL members that have not blocked them.…
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