If CAN-SPAM is a "miserable failure," then so is legislation that prohibits everything from murder to jaywalking. It's high time for another reality check, because marketers can't afford to be naive.
Sanford Wallace agreed to only send ads to people who visit his companies' sites.
The spam problem is inextricably linked to any number of other Bad Things lurking on the 'Net.
Can you improve CAN-SPAM? The FTC wants to hear from you -- by April 12.
Bigfoot Interactive's 'Spam Summit' in New York finds marketers bracing for the impact of a far-reaching California law.
FTC watchdogs: spam today, big broadcasters tomorrow?
Disagreement on the details, but cohesion, consensus, and bonding.
First, the bad news. Despite all efforts, spam is growing faster than ever. Yet, there may be an unexpected silver lining.
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