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Submission + - Verizon Accused of Helping Spammers by Routing Millions of Stolen IP Addresses (softpedia.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Spamhaus, an international non-profit organization that hunts down spammers, is accusing Verizon of indifference and facilitation of cybercrime because it failed for the past six months to take down stolen IP routes hosted on its network from where spam emails originated. Spamhaus detected over 4 million IP addresses, mainly stolen from China and Korea, and routed on Verizon's servers with forged paperwork.
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Verizon Accused of Helping Spammers by Routing Millions of Stolen IP Addresses

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