Sending spam can cost you: Halfords

I try not to do a lot of "name and shame," but when something like this hits the news, it's important to let the world know, to remind us that sending unsolicited marketing email can indeed come back to bite the sender in the rear end. In this case, it's UK bike and car accessory retailer Halfords, fined nearly $35,000 by the UK Information Commissioner’s Office's for sending just under half a million unsolicited marketing email messages. Read all about it at the Register.

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