From: The Register
"Florida has become the world's spam capital, thanks to weak state laws. If spammers are caught out in the state all they can expect is a slap on wrist at worst," he said.
Linford believes 90 per cent of the world's spam is down to 180 recidivist spammers. Deal with them and you've cracked the spam problem, he believes. "If these 180 were somehow spirited off internet - we'd be left with the Nigerians, and companies spamming by mistake. The spam problem would simply disappear," he said.Written on April 23rd , 2003 by Chris Prather