Overview Edit

The Contact Network of Spam Enforcement Authorities (CNSA) consists of national authorities in the EU and EEA involved in spam investigation. These include data protection authorities, IT and telecom authorities and a few consumer protection authorities. They share information and pursue complaints across borders in a pan-European drive to combat “spam”.

National agencies which have already agreed to use the procedure include Austria's Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology, Belgium's Privacy Commission and Federal Public Service EconomyDirectorate General Enforcement and Mediation, the Cyprus Office of the Commissioner for Personal Data Protection, the Czech Republic's Data Protection Authority, the Danish Consumer Ombusdsman, the French data protection authority (CNIL); the Hellenic Data Protection Authority, Ireland's Department of Communications, Marine and Natural Resources and the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner, Italy's Data Protection Authority, Lithuania's State Data Protection Inspectorate, Malta's Office of the Commissioner for Data Protection, the Netherlands' electronic communications regulator (OPTA) and Data Protection Authority (CBP), and the Spanish Data Protection Authority.