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Virginia State Supreme Court Holds Anti-Spam Statute Unconstitutionally Overbroad By Jay Gill — Edited by Nicola Carah Jaynes v. Commonwealth of Virginia Supreme Court of Virginia, September 12, 2008, No. 062388 Slip Opinion The Supreme Court of Virginia overturned the conviction of prolific spammer Jeremy Jaynes, unanimously reversing not only the Virginia state court of appeals, but its own earlier holding in the case. In doing so, the court held that the Virginia anti-spam statute under which Jaynes was convicted ... Read More...
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