Wired.com corrected Ron Paul Spam story

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“Wired.com corrected a spam story about Ron Paul’s campaign and clarified that there has been no evidence to suggest that Ron Paul’s campaign was involved with spamming.

“While somebody without authorization may have spammed either on behalf of Ron Paul or in a futile attempt to injure his campaign. Several indicators suggest that Paul’s online and offline support is real.

“The Washington Post, which has one of the largest internet news sites, recently said that Washington Post traffic goes up when they write Ron Paul articles.

“Another online indicator, Google Trends, although indirect, still suggest that Paul’s support is very real. Google Trends shows that Ron Paul’s name is searched far more than any other candidate running for office.”


12:25 pm on November 2, 2007