Blitz on anti-spammersDave Linhardt, CEO of e-mail marketing firm E360 Insight, filed a third round of charges at some anti-spammers on discussion group Nanae.
In a complaint made at US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, he accused anti-spam activists Mark Ferguson, Kelly Chien and Susan Wilson, a.k.a. Susan Gunn, of making statements on Nanae that caused his outbound e-mail to be blacklisted by anti-spam outfit Spamhaus and, as a result, blocked from reaching recipients.
E360 is seeking an injunction and damages of at least $75,000. E360 also has an active suit against Spamhaus and Comcast. Linhardt is being sued by a lawyer in Ohio and an anti-spammer in California.