Definitions for "CAN-SPAM Act"
Federal law that establishes requirements for those who send commercial email.
Otherwise known as "Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act." Enacted in 2004, this is the first piece of federal e-mail marketing legislation in the United States. It prohibits deceptive e-mail marketing practices, requires a functional opt-out method and prohibits e-mail address harvesting and automatic address generation.
the 2004 US law that makes sending "spam" or "unsolicited commercial email" illegal, and subject to potentially harsh penalties, including large fines and jail time. If you send ANY business email, learn how to be CAN-SPAM compliant