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Jumpstart Technologies

The Federal Trade Commission filed charges against Jumpstart for allegedly violating federal anti spam laws. Jumpstart allegedly disguised commercial e-mails as personal messages and mislead consumers about the terms of its FreeFlixTix promotion. The Internet marketing company was offering free movie tickets in exchange for friends' e-mail. They collected marketing information for sale to third parties and sent mass e-mails promising tickets in exchange for the e-mail addresses of at least five friends. Jumpstart has agreed to pay a $900,000 fine. (Mar-25-06) [INSIDE BAY AREA]

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Published on Mar-27-06


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