FTC takes action against Hoodia spammer Brian McDaid
The gist of the FTC's complaint seems to be that the advertised pills were ineffective, although CAN-SPAM violations are also mentioned.
This is only a temporary restraining order, but it is likely that more actions are in the offing.
The PC World article goes on to mention that one of the tactics used by McDaid's company was web form hijacking*. Apparently this is the first time the FTC has filed a case against a spammer doing this. The FTC's database includes 85,000 spams sent this way. That's a lot of penalties under CAN-SPAM if the FTC chooses to pursue that route.
More details can be found in this letter from McDaid's lawyer to the judge, the memo in support of the TRO, and the TRO itself. See SpamSuite for more.