Anti-spam refers to the use of any software, hardware or process to block spam from entering a system. The anti-spam software uses a set of protocols to determine unsolicited and unwanted messages and prevent those messages from getting to a user’s inbox.
In this article, you’ll learn about anti-spam requirements for email.
This article is provided as a resource, but it’s not legal advice. We encourage you to speak to legal counsel in your area to learn how various anti-spam regulations and laws may apply to your organization.
We have rules and regulations all our users have to abide by. You must follow Mailchimp’s anti-spam requirements and any other laws that may apply to your business. Here’s an overview of what you’re responsible for:
InboxFinder is located in the United States and our email platform complies with CAN-SPAM, the U.S. law that regulates commercial and marketing emails. We also have some additional requirements in place to help protect our service, our users, and their contacts. Here’s an overview of Mailchimp’s anti-spam requirements for email:
Email regulations vary by country, so you may also be subject to some additional regulations depending on the location of both your business and your contacts.
It’s your responsibility to determine whether any additional laws or regulations, including international laws, apply to you or the emails you send through Mailchimp. Keep in mind that, in addition to email spam laws, some countries may have data protection or security laws that could impact your email marketing. If your business is based outside the United States, or you have an international contact base, you’ll need to determine what additional laws you’re subject to before sending through Mailchimp.