From Amateur Radio Newsline:
Meantime, pirate operations are showing up on 10 meters seemingly en mass. Following the improvement in propagation on 10 meters in recent weeks, it appears that there are many illegal users of this band. Most seem to be using low power FM chanalized radios to operate taxi services. Signals mainly seem to come from the western part of Russia.
Information regarding these intrusions is being gathered by RSGB Intruder Watch program. It will be used to support a complaint to the Russian authorities in an attempt to clear this nuisance from what should be an exclusive amateur band.
But all of the intruders may not be Russians. Others are obvious unlicensed operators using A-M and SSB here in North America. These are likely illegal 11 meter export type CB sets sold by unscrupulous dealers here in the United States and elsewhere that only require a tweek or a cut wire to put them onto the 10 meter band. If you hear these operators and have a way to record them, do so and then send the audio file or cassette tape to the FCC Enforcement people with a cover letter stating what you heard and when you heard it. Be as specific as you can. The more information that you can provide to the regulatory agency, the better. (GB2RS, ARNewsline™, others)