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1-10-2010 @ 11:27PM
Well, part of the problem is that more accounts are so easy to get. There aren't any 'permanent' accounts the sellers/thieves use; that'd be dumb of them. Account services could freeze/ban as many people as they like, the thieves will just hop on another stolen account. And then there are the lvl 1 spams that are probably macros and such. If you've ever done a whois too late, you see that they're gone. You can report them if you want, but they've already been deleted and that account tossed away until it's reclaimed by the original owner so it can be stolen again (that is if the original owner hasn't upped their security).
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