How spammer’s spamming site got $10 million from Yahoo!
In September 2016, Yahoo!
bought an equity stake in spammer SpamBot, which uses computer algorithms to determine the best spam to target.
Spambot’s algorithm has been widely criticized as being overly aggressive, but Yahoo!
has said that the company does not currently plan to acquire Spam Bot.
The company says it will be investing in Spam Bots to ensure it continues to deliver high quality, high-quality spam.
Yahoo!’s acquisition of Spam bot, however, is not the only major acquisition to come out of Yahoo!”s acquisition of the company.
In July 2018, Yahoo bought a stake in a software company that has been called the “Internet’s most popular spam bot.”
S acquisition of that company was made in the hopes that Spambots’ software would help Yahoo.
The acquisition was announced in September, but was delayed until December due to a number of concerns, including the fact that Spampot would not be able to compete with the likes of Google’s AdWords.
It is unknown whether the Spam bots will continue to work, but the company has said it is confident that it will continue as a “leading spam-targeting platform” for Yahoo!.