I found this one egregious spammer who created over 3000 splogs with nothing but an AdSense ad. Here are the first twenty just as a sample.
Obviously this spammer is violationg both AdSense policy as well as the Blogger terms of service. I wonder if Google will simply delete these twenty splogs or will they actually do something about this spammer's AdSense account for change. The question is, what does a spammer have to do to get noticed by Google?
UPDATE (2/21/06 5:35pm): Yes! Google did the right thing and banned this spammer from AdSense. All the spologs have this white empty spot where AdSense ad used to be. One down and sixty two to go. I already found one other spammer that created even more splogs than this one. I'll be posting my findings later today and hopefully Google will do the same to him as well.
UPDATE (2/28/2006 11:24pm) - I've underestimated the number of splogs this spammer created. I was looking at the incremental splog count instead of full splog count by this spammer. The full list as follows:
pub-1775245184601633.txt - 3997 splogs (140,927 bytes)