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Santo Domingo. - President Danilo Medina signed the regulation against sending unsolicited commercial emails (spam) into law, which adheres to the current legislation on commercial advertising and consumer protection.

Article 4 of Law 310-14 states that all electronic commercial communication must figure as  "advertising" in the subject line of each message.

Moreover if the content of the email relates to the sale or distribution of goods or services of a sexual content, they should only be read or acquired by adults, by including the phrase "advertising for adults."

It stipulates that the text must be clear, readable, without errors or spelling defects, and without the inclusion of characters unrelated to the email.

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5 comment(s)
Written by: foresthill, 12 Aug 2014 8:54 AM
From: Dominican Republic
Ha ha hah what a moron this guy is.

as if this is going to stop spam emails.
Written by: Perception, 12 Aug 2014 9:31 AM
From: United States
NaNo Na-No. By MO(R)K.!



"Rest in Peace".





VFRIEND'S.***
Written by: anthonyC, 12 Aug 2014 10:41 AM
From: United States


And here we have another blow against free speech and expression.


Enjoy your fascist state morons.


Written by: chillinout, 12 Aug 2014 11:25 AM
From: Dominican Republic
It doesn't seem to outlaw Spam it just gives it a format to follow when sending.
Written by: gomas, 13 Aug 2014 10:25 AM
From: Dominican Republic, puerto plata
spam is not free speech or expression, you stupid idiot. Dios you are sooo stupid
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