Cyber Promotions


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Cyber Promotions

A Philadelphia-based company that specialized in mass mailings of unsolicited commercial email (spam). Founder Sanford Wallace proudly called himself the "King of Spam." The company sent out millions of email advertisements daily and seemed to be enjoying a thriving business until several ISPs won their lawsuits against it. See spam.
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Unfortunately, the legal bases for America Online's countersuit against Cyber Promotions were rooted in claims of action that would not be available to a private citizen who is interested in eliminating the recurrence of SPAM and pop-up advertisements on her personal computer.
The Cyber Promotions of the world would be completely shut down, because no ISP would be stupid enough to give them access, lest they have their own access severed.
1) Cyber Promotions was found not to have a First Amendment right to send spare to AOL subscribers and thus AOL could attempt to block such messages via technical means.
And the Beelzebub of the trade is Stanford "call me Spamford" Wallace, whose Cyber Promotions send out 25 million e- mails A DAY on behalf of 8000 clients.
Judge Diane Wayne granted Earthlink's request for a preliminary injunction against Philadelphia-based Cyber Promotions Inc.
In 1997, online service provider CompuServe sued prominent Internet junk mailer Cyber Promotions.
Cyber Promotions, a Philadelphia advertising agency, contended it had a First Amendment free-speech, free-press right to send over the Internet unsolicited e-mail ads to AOL's subscribers.
Nasdaq:ELNK) Monday announced that it received a $2 million consent judgment in its suit against infamous spammer Cyber Promotions Inc.
Weiner is presiding over a suit Cyber Promotions Inc.
This announcement comes on the heels of EarthLink's recent victory in securing a full injunction against Cyber Promotions Inc.
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