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cyberlaw:privacy [2019/07/01 16:09]
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cml Updated Spam Act penalties
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 To avoid contravening the SPAM Act, electronic messages should only be sent with the consent of the recipient, must contain clear and accurate identification of the sender and how they can be contacted, and should include an unsubscribe facility. To avoid contravening the SPAM Act, electronic messages should only be sent with the consent of the recipient, must contain clear and accurate identification of the sender and how they can be contacted, and should include an unsubscribe facility.
  
-The financial penalties for breaching the SPAM Act are steep. A single day's contravention may result in a penalty of up to $220,000, and repeated breaches of the Act may give rise to penalties of up to $1.1 million.+The financial penalties for breaching the SPAM Act are steep and indexed to the Commonwealth penalty unit ($210 from July 1, 2017) A single day's contravention may result in a penalty of up to $420,000 (2,000x), and repeated breaches of the Act may give rise to penalties of up to $2.1 million ​(10,000x). 
 +[Refer - //Crimes Act 1914//(Cth) s 4AA(1); //Spam Act 2003//(Cth) s 25]
  
  
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