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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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2017 UCENet Affiliate Marketing Sweep Report

This report presents an overview of the findings obtained from the UCENet Sweep that was conducted in June and July 2017. This year the sweep theme was affiliate marketing. The purpose of the sweep was to identify entities within this sector that are conducting activities that are potentially non-compliant with the unsolicited communication regimes of… Read more »

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The Australian Government releases the review of the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) – final report

On 22 May 2017, the Australian Government released the final report into the review of the Australian Communications and Media Authority. There are a number of recommendations that may be of interest to UCENet members involved in unsolicited communications. A copy of the final paper and other relevant documentation can be found here (final paper)…. Read more »

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