But just surfing web sites – and doing so with appropriate anti-malware precautions and common sense – doesn’t give them the information to email you at all.
If you haven’t provided your information, they have no real way to know who you are.
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All accounts on our web servers are subject to the terms and conditions described in this document.
You can view all the pages you want here on , and I have no idea who you are. (And I do want to, which is why I ask you to sign up for my newsletter. And yes, once you give them your email address, they will probably start sending you email.
More on that in a moment.) The same is true for porn sites, or for any other website, for that matter. Some may even send what you’d consider to be porn spam.
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This means that while using the service, you may not: Zero Tolerance Spam Policy: We take a zero tolerance stance against sending of unsolicited e-mail, commonly known as spam.
You don’t provide your email address to view what’s on the site. I’m sure the porn industry has similar products – newsletters, subscription sites, discussion forums – requiring an email address to gain access.It also requires the defendant to establish an Internet-based mechanism for consumers to submit complaints.Finally, the settlement contains bookkeeping and record- keeping requirements to allow the Commission to monitor compliance.Such ads were displayed to consumers who were searching online using terms such as “flowers,” “travel,” and “vacations.” In some cases, defendant’s sexually explicit ads were distributed using spyware and adware.The agency alleged that the practice of displaying graphic pop-up ads without consumer consent was unfair, and violated the FTC Act.Your submission of an abuse report will be logged into our support ticketing system.