Notorious ISP claws its way back out of the grave...

Controversial ISP Intercage Now Back Online - PC World

On Tuesday, however, Intercage was live again, this time with upstream service provided by UnitedLayer, a San Francisco company that operates out of the same San Francisco colocation facility as Intercage and Pacific Internet Exchange.

"I knew it was a mater of time before they went online, but I didn't think it would be so quick," said Matt Jonkman, an Intercage critic who contributed to a white paper documenting criminal activity on the Intercage network. Jonkman, an independent security researcher, figured that Intercage would be forced out of the U.S. because of its reputation for permitting spammers and online criminals to use its network with impunity.
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'Malware-friendly' Intercage gets PIE in the face - The Register

Now, I had heard rumblings here and there. Just how bad are they? Can anyone here shed any more light?