OECD Anti-Spam Toolkit of Recommended Policies and Measures

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OECD
05 Sep 2006
Pages:
132
ISBN:
9789264027176 (PDF) ;9789264027169(print)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/9789264027176-en

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This toolkit, developed by policy makers and industry experts, provides a framework aimed at tackling spam using a broad, multi-disciplinary range of instruments including  regulation and enforcement, industry initiatives, technical measures, education and awareness initiatives, co-operative partnerships, spam metrics, and global cooperation. 
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Table of Contents

Foreword
Executive Summary
Status and Evaluation of Spam
A Consistent and Co-ordinated Approach to Spam
Element I. Regulatory Approaches
Element II. Enforcement
Element III. Industry-Driven Initiatives
Element IV. Technical Measures
Element V. Education and Awareness Initiatives
-Individual Users
-Users' Groups
-Large Companies and SMEs
Element VI. Co-operative Partnerships
Element VII. Spam Metrics
Element VIII. Global Co-operation
Annexes
-Recommendation of the OECD Council on Cross-Border Co-operation in the Enforcement of Laws against Spam
-BIAC and MAAWG Best Practices for Internet Service Providers and Network Operators
-BIAC Best Practices for Email Marketing
-GSM Association Mobile Spam Code of Practice
-London Action Plan/Contact Network of Spam Authorities Pro Forma for the Referral of Spam Investigations and Accompanying Guidance (Working Document)
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