|Received:||3/22/2004 6:30:25 PM|
|Agency:||Federal Trade Commission|
1)Are there any additional activities or practices that should be treated as “aggravated violations” under the Act? Yes Pop-up adds 2)If a consumer has “opted out” from receiving commercial email from a particular company, and then receives a subsequent commercial email containing an ad for this company as well as ads for three other companies, does this violate the Act? If so, who has committed the violation? Yes it violates the act and all are responsable to stop the unwanted email. Opted out should be for all unsoliceted advertisements, so no one should send them. Their should be a simple do not spam for all unsolicted advertisements. 3)The implementation of a National Do Not Email Registry is very important to allow everyone the option to opt out of receciving unsolicited emails. It should easy not confusing and it should include all unsolicited email. The implementation of a system for rewarding those who supply information about CAN-SPAM violations. This Can-spam is a small step to a very large problem that requires the end to unsolicited email.