I searched, but didn't see this posted yet. ~Rob A couple of weeks ago the Detroit Free Press ran an article detailing the exploits of a Michigan based "spam king." The article told how Alan Ralsky controls 190 email servers, used to pump out 650,000 spam emails per server per hour. Ralsky's spamming netted enough money for him to recently buy an 8,000 sq ft house in an affluent Detroit suburb. Although the reporter didn't give out Ralsky's address, "which I found in Oakland County real estate records," he (intentionally?) hinted where to find it. Readers over at /. took up the invitation when the Free Press article was mentioned on their site and quickly uncovered Ralsky's current address. Soon the spammer was signed up for any ads, catalogs and brochures they could find. An update to the original story has Ralsky whining: "They've signed me up for every advertising campaign and mailing list there is," he told me. "These people are out of their minds. They're harassing me." Apparently he has hired an attorney and is looking into suing people who signed him up for all the junk mail. I really doubt if he'll be able find a sympathetic judge and jury. Ralsky summed it up best in the original story. "Isn't technology great?"