DMARC: Significantly Reducing Phishing Globally in First Year

By | February 25th, 2013

There are 3.3 billion consumer emailboxes worldwide, and according to a recent analysis, DMARC protects two-third of them. Facebook, one of the largest email senders in the world, uses the same technology which helps prevent 85% of their users from receiving fraudulent emails claiming to be from Facebook. MarketWatch.com has published a press release that […]

Read More >

German Direct Mail Opt-In Law Worries Marketers

By | November 12th, 2009

GERMANY – On September 1st 2009 the new direct mail opt-in law goes into effect in Germany.  This new law has caused the entire European marketing and data industries to become concerned – similar laws could soon come to the UK. Although the new changes don’t prevent direct mail marketing literature from being sent to […]

Read More >

Direct Mail Talks Starting Between U.S. and Cuba

By | September 17th, 2009

HAVANA, Cuba – Today, officials sat down for the first time together to discuss restoring direct mail service between U.S. and Cuba. This is a small but positive move toward improved relations that comes after a bitter week of accusations over the extension of the U.S. trade embargo with Cuba. The U.S. delegation is headed […]

Read More >