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The Telegraph Fined GBP30,000 For Breaking Email Marketing Rules

British newspaper The Telegraph has been fined £30,000 for sending emails to subscribers urging them to vote for the Conservative party.  The paper attached a letter from Daily Telegraph editor Chris Evans to the newspaper's daily email. The Information Commissioner’s Office issued a fine to Telegraph Media Group, the paper's parent company, for violating direct marketing rules.

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