Project Honey Pot files antispam lawsuit

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Alexandria, Va.— Unspam Technologies' Project Honey Pot on Thursday filed a suit in U.S. District Court seeking the identity of spammers who harvest e-mail addresses, transmit spam and post so-called "comment spam." Project Honey Pot, a distributed network of spam-tracking "honey pots," is seeking $1 billion in statutory damages from the John Doe spammers. Jon Praed of the Internet Law Group is representing the Park City, Utah-based company in the suit.
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