Australian firm GraysOnline has been hit with the largest out-of-court fine to date for sending 700,000 emails without an opt-out facility
The Brown Alley nightclub has been fined $15,500 for more than 50,000 breaches of the Spam Act.
An Internet marketer has agreed to settle FTC allegations that he blasted consumers with over 20 million deceptive spam text messages.
Political entities issued penalties for using robocalls in violation of CRTC Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules
On June 4, 2013, the Federal Trade Commission will host a public forum on mobile security issues including potential threats to US consumers and possible solutions to those threats.
ACMA has launched a webpage containing detailed stats of malicious software (malware) infections reported daily to ISPs and other network operators through the Australian Internet Security Initiative (AISI).
In an open letter to several prominent German websites, Botfrei, the German anti-botnet advisory centre, has defended its advice to users to run advertisement-blocking tools.
Presentations from LAP Spring 2013 meeting now available for Members to view
The FTC has charged 29 defendants with collectively sending more than 180 million unwanted text messages to consumers
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