It's been almost a month since the last update so here it goes. I've merged my past AdSense spammers list into this list and they will be tracked from now on. There is this big jump in splog numbers despite the fact the Blogger folks are deleting large number of splogs as of late. About ten days ago I've noticed that Blogger has started blocking blocks of splogs citing terms of service violation. It's going to be interesting to see how spammers will react to this new barrier. I have not seen a significant rise or drop in number of new blogs created daily but I'm hopeful.
Splog List - 2007 / 04 / 23 - 20070423.tar.gz
I would like to highlight this one particular AdSense spammer (pub-3337253475650548) #704 with 265,421 splogs. I see that AdSense ads on his splogs are already disabled but it's not certain if his account was suspended as result of his spamming. One would think that he would be the candidate for AdSense account suspension but of course that' something I may never find out. Anyway he tops the list as the all time most number of splogs created for one AdSense account. Yes, it took Google more than quarter million splogs until they did anything. I'm also hoping that will change as well.