E-mail[edit | edit source]

Affirmative consent

when used with respect to a commercial electronic mail message, means that —
(A) the recipient expressly consented to receive the message, either in response to a clear and conspicuous request for such consent or at the recipient's own initiative; and
(B) if the message is from a party other than the party to which the recipient communicated such consent, the recipient was given clear and conspicuous notice at the time the consent was communicated that the recipient's electronic mail address could be transferred to such other party for the purpose of initiating commercial electronic mail messages.[1]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 15 U.S.C. §7701(1).
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