He allegedly employed several paid employees, including a director of marketing, website developer, customer service manager, and a team of customer service representatives. The malware generated sales of more than $350,000 from September 2010 to April of this year
That doesn't sound like a whole lot of money to support that number of employees over close to 4 years. They should've marketed it to creeps working for school boards instead of random creeps. No criminal charges that way.
Too much ...uh...time...on their hands. The Internet really IS the devils workshop, you know. Satan has just been playing the free market in this case.
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