Man for Las Vegas will face prison for spamming Facebook users

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After, he accessed about 500,000 Facebook accounts and sent unsolicited ads disguised as friend posts. Doing this sort of marketing he was paid fro traffic produced to some websites. Facebook sued Wallace under federal anti-spam laws known as CAN-SPAM, in 2009, prompting a judge to issue a temporary restraining order banning him from using the website but he violated the order. Now, Wallace is free on bond and faces a $250,000 fine and up to three years in prison. The practice to spam the social networks doing an unethical marketing online is used by some people to make money. On the other part, the social networks try to block them using various methods. From time to time, some black performers are sent to court.

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