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TJ Web Productions

As part of a crackdown on X-rated spam announced in July 2005, seven companies were charged with violating federal laws. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice targeted TJ Web Productions, based in Nevada who was also charged with violating FTC's Adult Labeling and the Can-Spam Act.

Under the settlement, TJ Web Productions has agreed to adhere to federal spam laws. The company has promised to use the phrase "sexually explicit" in message subject lines and ensure that the initially viewable area of the message does not display explicit images. TJ Web Productions has additionally agreed that any unsolicited commercial e-mails will include an opportunity for recipients to opt out of receiving future e-mails and provide a postal address. So far settlements with five of the operations have resulted in civil penalties totaling $1.62 million, with $465,000 being paid out by TJ Web Productions. (Jan-30-07) [NEWS.COM: EXPLICIT EMAILS]

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Published on Feb-2-07


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