Congratulations to Rodney Joffe, Winner of the 2016 M3AAWG Mary Litynski Award

As an internet user, chances are many aspects of your online security have been influenced by Rodney Joffe. As a life-long cybersecurity advocate, Joffe has played an influential role in protecting the public from spam and botnets while securing networks against major attacks. His efforts across the globe inspired better international cooperation and protection against online abuse. Nationally,... Continue »

All About Your Sender Score

Sender Score is a numerical score (1-100) for your IP address which operates much like a credit score. The lower your  score, the worse it is for your reputation at that IP. You can view your Sender Score in our Reputation Monitor tool as well as Each Sender Score is determined by factoring a sender’s performance across key reputation metrics important to both mailbox providers... Continue »

An Email Marketer's Field Guide to Orange

With about 43% market share, Orange is the most widely used broadband provider in France. Orange’s reach extends internationally, as close to 44% of their customers are located outside of France in Belgium (they own Mobistar), Spain, the UK, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Moldova, Africa, and the Middle East. In France, Orange has 13 million active email accounts. Following are some more details about... Continue »

First CASL Fine Paid

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today announced that Plentyoffish Media Inc. has paid $48,000 as part of an undertaking for an alleged violation of Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL). PlentyOfFish is based in Vancouver, British Columbia and is an online dating service, popular primarily in Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, Brazil and the... Continue »

First CASL Violation Filed

As you might recall, Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) establishes rules for the sending of commercial electronic messages (CEMs) to recipients in Canada. The 9-month old law requires that consent must be obtained from the recipient, before the sender or company sends the recipient any emails or texts, or before the installation of any computer programs. CASL also prohibits the unauthorized... Continue »