In March 2015, after conducting two lengthy cross-border investigations with the assistance of the US Federal Trade Commission, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission issued Notices of Violation with administrative monetary penalties totaling $345,000 to two American companies for violating Canada’s Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules. Maple Accounting and Caribbean Cruise Line Inc. had multiple violations of… Read more »
Auckland man sent 2,230 commercial electronic messages that included links to his free Android app.
Settlement with the FTC and Florida Attorney General Stops Operations that Used Robocalls to Fraudulently Pitch Medical Alert Devices to Seniors
Defendants lied about health organizations endorsing their products
The Anti-Spam Library was published by Japan to help foster an understanding of Japanese anti-spam activities
Some Korean users have started to delete KakaoTalk due to an invasion of privacy and a large amount of spam while others think they are overreacting.
Mohammed Khalid Jamil is believed to the be first person in the UK successfully prosecuted of the long-running cold-call con.
FCC’s Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau requests comment on implementation of CSRIC III Cybersecurity Best Practices
Help the FTC zap robocallers by participating in these three contests at DEF CON 22 in Las Vegas, NV, August 7-10, 2014.
The ICO seized hundreds of SIM cards today, after raiding a SIM farm in offices in Wolverhampton.
Scammers targeted senior citizens, lying to them to get their bank account information then using this info to withdraw money from the senior’s bank accounts.
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