thebaron writes "Spamming can be big money. Jeremy Jaynes stated in court that his net worth is about $24 million. Spam trackers estimate that others have made even more.
McGuire, the Virginia prosecutor, said the Raleigh home Jaynes used as a spamming command center was littered with bottles of Dom Perignon champagne, which costs upwards of $100 a bottle.
ECommerce Times reports the case, but points out that it can simply be transferred off-shore. Hey, maybe they should run a college course for it..."