MySpace has won a $234m (£120m) legal judgement over junk messages sent to members of the social networking site.
Victory in the case was awarded to MySpace after Sanford Wallace and Walter Rines, the men behind the junk mail, failed to show up in court.
The judgement is thought to be the largest ever given against senders of unsolicited commercial e-mail.
However, anti-spam experts said MySpace had little chance of getting the cash it sought.
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