Cyber Promotions


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Cyber Promotions

A Philadelphia-based company that specialized in mass mailings of unsolicited commercial e-mail (spam). Founder Sanford Wallace proudly called himself the "King of Spam." The company sent out millions of e-mail 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.
In related news, Cyber Promotions reached an out-of-court settlement Tuesday with Columbus, Ohio-based CompuServe Inc.
Nasdaq:ELNK) Monday announced that it received a $2 million consent judgment in its suit against infamous spammer Cyber Promotions Inc.
ATLANTA, May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Hunton & Williams/Atlanta (H&W) struck a major blow for Internet users around the world last week when it obtained a preliminary injunction that prevents 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.
The order would prohibit Cyber Promotions from sending any unsolicited e-mail to CompuServe subscribers.
David Phillips, associate general counsel, said the sites - three of which are associated with Cyber Promotions Inc.
WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 19, 1997--Consumers wishing to have their electronic mail addresses shielded from unsolicited, "bulk" e-mails will benefit from an agreement between Philadelphia-based Cyber Promotions, and Aristotle.
On Tuesday November 5, 1996, Concentric became the first on-line service provider to obtain a permanent injunction prohibiting Cyber Promotions, Inc.
today announced a resolution to its trademark infringement lawsuit against Cyber Promotions Inc.
The Court has clearly stated that Cyber Promotions and companies like it don't have a First Amendment right to use a privately-owned network to inundate AOL members with junk e-mail," Phillips said.
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