Well, this is very very weird and not sure what to make of it. In the last week the filter that Google runs for Blogger Comments has picked up a slew of highly spammy comments coming from one account. And all of the comments include a link to Bentham Science publishers - one of the annoying Spammy new publishers. See some of them below (note I have removed the links to Bentham but trust me, this went to a Bentham site). Anyone else getting Spam comments pointing to Bentham?
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