Anti Spam Policy

Customer Anti-Spam Policy

News Cafe has zero tolerance for Unsolicited Broadcast Email and Unsolicited Commercial Email ("UBE/UCE", commonly known as "Spam") whether originating from customers, from customers' customers, or from customers that provide services which are used to support Spam.

Definition

The Australian Spam Act 2003 defines Spam as unsolicited broadcast or commercial email that is sent to addresses that do not affirmatively and verifiably request such material from that specific sender, including but not limited to advertising, surveys, information pieces, third party spamming, website addresses, sales, and auctions.

The Policy

Our customers are prohibited from sending and shall not allow their access to News Cafe to be used for sending Spam. Mail senders are required to maintain records that verify, on a case by case basis, that explicit affirmative permission was obtained from recipients before mailing. Lack of such records can be considered, at our sole discretion, proof that permission was not obtained.

Our customers are responsible for ensuring that they, their employees, and their agents and contractors abide by this policy. Our customers will be held responsible for all traffic either sent via their connection to Campaign Master or sent elsewhere using services provided by us.

We strictly forbid any use of spam marketing techniques and reserve the right to block traffic shut your account immediately.

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