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Unsolicited Communications Enforcement Network (UCENet)

The purpose of this Network is to promote international spam enforcement cooperation and address spam related problems, such as online fraud and deception, phishing, and dissemination of viruses. The participants also open the Action Plan for participation by other interested government and public agencies, and by appropriate private sector representatives, as a way to expand the network of entities engaged in spam enforcement cooperation.

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FTC Settlement Bars Spam Email Marketing, Baseless Weight-Loss Claims by Diet-Pill Operation

In a decision handed down on 3 March 2017, three Florida-based affiliate marketers charged with using illegal spam e-mail, false weight-loss claims, and phony celebrity endorsements to market bogus weight-loss products will pay $500,000 to settle Federal Trade Commission charges. The court order resolving the FTC’s allegations also prohibits the defendants from the illegal advertising… Read more »

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Canadian Anti-Spam legislation first action against an individual spammer

On 9 March 2017, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced the imposition of an administrative monetary penalty of $15,000 ($CAD) on an individual for 10 violations of section 6 of Canada’s Anti-Spam legislation. Full details. For further information about the role and work of the CRTC.

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