Supreme Court: Spammer conviction null

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Because the Supreme Court refused on Monday to consider an appeal from the state of Virginia to overturn a ruling that the state's anti-spam law was unconstitutional, Jeremy Jaynes' conviction will not be reinstated. Jaynes had been sentenced to nine years for spamming AOL users in 2004. He is still in prison for an unrelated crime. According to the Associated Press, Virginia's attorney general will ask the state's General Assembly to rewrite the law. — CAM
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