Kodak Agrees to Settle FTC Spam Charges

Posted on by Chief Marketer Staff

Kodak has agreed to pay a little more than $26,000 to settle charges by the Federal Trade Commission that its photo-sharing unit violated the federal Can-Spam Act in e-mails to 2 million of its customers.

The e-mails reportedly failed to include an opt-out mechanism or instructions telling customers they had the right to opt out of future mailings.

Liz Scanlon, a spokeswoman for Kodak


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