Until recently I had an entire domain set up for my emails and web pages. Any email sent to any address in that domain would go to me. So, to detect spammers, I would use the company name in the email address. I did that for something like ten years. Do you know what I found?
The company email addresses were almost never used in spam. And yes, that includes Stardock. The *VAST* majority of spam came through email addresses I had given out to friends and relatives! The one my dearly departed grandpa used was probably the worst.
I think the spammers are mostly getting their email addresses via virus now. A virus hits, scans your email contacts file, and sends out all the emails to Spam Central to be sold around the world. Home users that don't use their computers much and barely even know what a virus scanner is, never mind how often to update it, make the best targets while businesses with their firewalls and IT departments stay pretty safe.
So, if you want to find out why you're getting spammed more, I suggest checking to see if grandpa has updated his virus scanner lately instead of heeping blame on Stardock.
...the Law [of Fives] is: All phenomena are directly or indirectly related to the number five, and this relationship can always be demonstrated, given enough ingenuity on the part of the demonstrator.
--- Hagbard Celine in the Illuminati series