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California Bans Spam

Does an email address from a California-based company (say, one ending in "@mac.com") count in the recent ban on spam in CA? Good luck enforcing that one. 🙁

One Response to "California Bans Spam"

  1. Unless you're buying email lists and "spamming" people who don't use your products you should be fine. Unless of course some wise guy gets the idea that he never opted-in in the first place even after purchasing one of your products. Where does it end?


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