Australian e-marketing company Upside.Digital has been hit with a $39,600 penalty for breaching the Spam Act.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) have joined hands to take up the fight against unwanted telemarketing and emarketing.
The latest “seasonal” scam is to link a “payload” to unsubscribe buttons. It starts with a socially engineered phishing campaign sending out copious legitimate looking newsletters or e-zines, typically on topics relevant to your interests.
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