• Ryan Challenger Gives Out Email Addresses Of Critics: Report
    Paul Nehlen, a GOP challenger to U.S. Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is giving out email addresses and other contact information of his critics. These individuals complained about Nehlen’s alleged posting to Twitter of a list of his critics, identifying them as “Jews.” 
  • Email A Top Priority For 89% Of Marketers
    Email is one of three top priorities this year for 89% of the marketers polled by Yes Lifecycle Marketing. And of 300 marketers surveyed, 45% rank email as their No. 1 priority for 2018. 
  • Users Ask: Why Is My Gmail Icon Blue?
    The icon for corporate email accounts (G Suite) has turned blue. Here’s why -- and how to change it. The regular Gmail icon remains red. 
  • Grassley Bill Provisos Could Conflict With GDPR: Report
    The “Grassley bill,” a money-laundering and counter-terrorism bill sponsored by Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley, could conflict with the General Data Protection Regulation. Subpoenas mandated in the bill would touch on information stored outside the U.S. 
  • GDPR Could Slow Down Ad-Tech By Two Years, Exec Says
    The General Data Protection Regulation could slow down data targeting development by up to two years, says Mike Baker, CEO of  ad-tech company detaxu. Here’s why he thinks that.  
  • The Perfect Time To Send An Email
    When should you send your emails? When few other people are sending them. Here is some research from Yesware on the best time of day for sending marketing messages. 
  • A Guide To CAN-SPAM Compliance
    U.S.  email marketers are subject to the CAN-SPAM Act. Here is a rundown of the provisions of that law—and how to comply with them. 
  • Facebook Issues Privacy Principles To Prepare For GDPR
    Facebook has made its privacy principles public in preparation for the General Data Protection Regulation, which takes effect on May 25. Erin Egan, chief privacy officer at Facebook, said in a blog post: “This means you decide what you share and who you share it with on Facebook, and you can change your mind.”  
  • Email Drives Increase In Nonprofit Donations
    Nonprofit groups that use email have seen an uptick in donations. A study by Blackbaud shows that groups on its cloud-based Luminate platform raised over $1.7 billion through email-referred online solicitations last year. Here’s why fundraisers need email. 
  • Alleged Nigerian Scam Artist Extradited To U.S.
    Onyekachi E. Opara of Lagos, Nigeria was extradited from South Africa to New York to face federal wire fraud and conspiracy charges. He allegedly participated in email billing scams with David Chukwuneke Adindu, who pled guilty to similar charges six weeks ago. 
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