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Updated: 2016-05-19
Statement Ref: S014

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12 June 2015, London, UK

Litigation brought in the United Kingdom against The Spamhaus Project Ltd by US-based Claimants Craig Ames and Robert McGee - who were previously listed on Spamhaus ROKSO under their business names "Mamba Hosting, Blackstar" - was successfully resolved by Spamhaus' legal representatives Olswang LLP resulting in the Claimants dropping their case and paying Spamhaus' legal costs.



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