Microsoft has filed a lawsuit against spammers for sending unsolicited commercial messages and content to its Windows Live Hotmail system.
Spam is a major problem for many service providers
Microsoft has filed a lawsuit against spammers for sending unsolicited commercial messages and content to its Windows Live Hotmai system.
The first lawsuit was named "John Doe". Microsoft believes that a company that is trading under the Consumer Solutions Network has sent countless commercial messages with unhealthy and deceptive content, advertising billing support Credit to Windows Live Hotmail accounts.
Spam is often referred to as "Michelle, your account is overloaded" or "Robert, Payment not received - Robert, we have not received your payment."
"We have not yet met a representative of the Consumer Solutions Network for their opinions on this matter," the spokesman said. According to Microsoft, the Consumer Solutions Network operates on several domains such as myfinancialsolutions.org,consumersolution.org, and financialsolutionsonline.org.
Another lawsuit, Microsoft denounced the anonymous who sent a message containing pornographic Web addresses to Hotmail email users. Microsoft said that these spammers not only filled Hotmail mailboxes with unwanted information, but also used Hotmail to send in many places. "Many of them have been using fake and illegal e-mail addresses."
According to Venkat Balasubramani, principal of the Balasubramani Law School, companies such as Microsoft, AOL LLC and Earthlink have filed numerous lawsuits in recent years. These lawsuits are designed to prevent spam and help create a mechanism for investigating. "