​​​Anti-Spam Policy

By subscribing to the Registry of International Commissions (hereinafter "The Registry" or “International Commissions”), the User accepts to use it in compliance with the International Commissions Anti-Spam Policy stated below. The use of the Service is also subject to the applicable Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.

International Commissions, LLC is registered in Tampa, Florida, USA, and follows a strict anti-spam spam policy and prohibits users from sending unsolicited emails in any form while using the Service. International Commissions participates in a number of industry initiatives, such as Email Service Provider Coalition (ESPC), which promotes responsible, permission-based email marketing.

1. Legal Requirements

International Commissions requires all Users to comply with the following legal requirements established for commercial email service providers: CAN SPAM Act of 2003 and Directive 2000/31/EC of the European Parliament and Council of 8 June 2000, on legal aspects of information society services, in particular, electronic commerce in the Internal Market ('Directive on Electronic Commerce'), along with the Directive 2002/58/EC of the European Parliament and Council of 12 July 2002, concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector (‘Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications’) and laws in force of the User’s country of residence.

2. What Is Spam?

Spam, also known as junk mail, is an unsolicited commercial email messages, especially bulk email message. Unsolicited means that the recipient has not granted verifiable permission for the message to be sent. Bulk means that the message is sent as part of a larger collection of messages, all having substantively identical content. The term 'spamming' refers to transmitting, distributing or delivering any unwanted commercial e-mail correspondence, especially in mass quantities, thru the electronic means of communication.

3. Verification

Subscribers can be added to the Service account (“International Commissions Account”) in multiple ways. Email addresses may also be imported, added via API calls, iPhone or added to the mailing list manually. It is prohibited to send messages to any person that has not expressed their consent to receive such information from the User. We would like to note that the subscriber’s consent may not be presumed or infer from the statements of other content. In addition, subscribers may withdraw their consent at any time.

International Commissions will send a new subscriber a message confirming their interest in receiving information from the User. Users may request to disable the confirmation for email and web subscriptions.

We send a "confirmed opt-in" to all new Users. International Commissions strictly prohibits users from renting, leasing and/or purchasing email addresses from a third party, as well as from gathering them through surreptitious methods, such as scraping or harvesting. The use of any kinds of automated solutions, software or scripts is strictly prohibited. The User may store, manage the data and send electronic information only to those recipients who have expressly agreed to receive such information from the User.

4. Removals

Each message sent from a International Commissions Account contains an unsubscribe link that cannot be removed. The link automatically updates the mailing list to ensure that a subscriber that has opted out will not be sent any further mailings.

The User is not allowed to send messages to any individual that had been added to the mailing list, but later unsubscribed from it. International Commissions automatically handles all unsubscribe requests on Subscriber’s behalf.

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