The Spam Diaries

News and musings about the fight against spam.
 by Edward Falk

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

MySpace wins permanent injunctions against Optinrealbig.com, Yevgeniy Leshchinskiy, and Marat Nigmatzyanov

Just in from SpamSuite: Marat Nigmatzyanov, Yevgeniy Leshchinskiy and MySpace have agreed to the terms of a permanent injunction. The injunction covers about what you'd expect: Nigmatzyanov, Leshchinskiy, and anybody working with or for them are permanently enjoined from accessing MySpace, from helping anybody else access MySpace illegally, having ownership interest in any entity that attempts to access MySpace illegaly, from phishing MySpace accounts, from helping anybody else phish MySpace accounts, or from having ownership interest in any entity that attempts to phish MySpace accounts.

Meanwhile, Scott Richter has obtained a new local counsel. Documents don't explain why Richter changed lawyers.

See my post from January, Details in the MySpace vs Richter case, for more.

Bonus: A search on Marat Nigmatzyanov turned up this GetAFreelancer.com page in which he solicits for assistant spammers to attack Craig's List.

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