California is getting ready to enact their controversial anti-spam law, but they already have a an anti-spam law on the books, and apparently it was good enough to hook a couple of spammers. Paul Willis and Claudia Griffin, who own PW Marketing have been fined $2 million for violating California anti-spam laws. They've also been told (obviously) to stop spamming. For the next ten years, they're not even allowed to be associated with any company that does any kind of online advertising.
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