MADRID (AP) — Spain says it has extradited to the United States a Russian citizen who is suspected of being one the world's most notorious spammers.
Pyotr Levashov, a 37-year-old from St. Petersburg, was arrested in April while vacationing with his family in Barcelona.
U.S. authorities had asked for him to be detained on charges of fraud and unauthorized interception of electronic communications.
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Pyotr Levashov, an alleged spammer based in Russia, appeared in a Madrid court Wednesday facing extradition to the United States, the Associated Press reports. He is alleged to have operated a large botnet, using hacked computers to...