Categories Asides Comment Spammer Interview Post author By Matt Post date January 31, 2005 9 Comments on Comment Spammer Interview The Register has a great interview with a comment spammer. Why can’t News.com do that type of story? Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← RSS Metaphor → One Click Backup 9 replies on “Comment Spammer Interview” If news.com does get an interview with this type of individual, may I request that they post his personal email address so we can share with him our love for comment spam? Hahaha, that’d be a great request. I know I couldn’t do the interview. > The Register runs an interview with a comment spammer [via Photomatt] amd it’s not overly impressive. I can’t help but sigh when I t […] why didn’t they kill him when they had the chance? or at the very least do something nasty to him? Sam explain[sic] the important thing to remember is it’s nothing personal Oh yes it is. Why not reveal your identity and prove me wrong right. gin o hack. Por la boca muere el pez. Vía […] You want first crack at a few? You’d have to call long distance, though. Either Bulgaria or Norway. Down with comment spammers Eagle-eyed Photo Matt has noticed that The Register has interviewed a “professional” comment spammer. Interview with a link spammer | The Register And comment spam is becoming a serious problem now, thanks to idiots like “Sam”. … Am I the only one who noticed this obvious error: “For Sam, every day brings more challenges. Not just from the angry bloggers; nor only from the search engines coming up with new algorithms and HTTP tags.” HTTP tags? What on earth is a HTTP tag? Surley the reporter meant a HTML attribute? 🙂 Comments are closed.