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spam

Online Unsolicited, commercial bulk–junk E-mail. See Mail list, USENET.
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contemplated by CAN-SPAM and partially mitigate federal under-regulation
In the United States, COPPA defines personal information as including an e-mail address, (107) but the Can-Spam Act does not mention an e-mail address as personal information.
Fielding (2004) reported that in September 2004, approximately 4 percent of unsolicited commercial e-mail complied with the Can-Spam Act.
Originally, Congress passed the CAN-SPAM Act as a way to curb unsolicited commercial email.
The CAN-SPAM Act: An Inadequate Attempt to Deal with a Growing Problem.
Nowadays it is common in our vernacular, and has even been the subject of federal legislation--the Can-Spam Act.
There is also a legal imperative to follow; the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 requires that, according to the Federal Trade Commission's Web site, "the subject line cannot mislead the recipient about the contents or subject matter of the message."
Deliverability (90 pages) CAN-SPAM, blacklisting, white-listing, authentication, and more
Marking the five-year anniversary since the CAN-SPAM act was signed into law, Barracuda Networks Inc., the worldwide leader in email and Web security appliances, predicts that spam volumes will rise slightly higher than 95 percent in the year ahead as growing use of botnets continues to proliferate.
The rule requiring an opt out for e-mail ads is the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 [15 USC 7701 et.