COVID-19: ICO UK Finds No Consent for Marketing Emails

A contract tracing company is fined £8,000 for sending nearly 84,000 emails to subscribers who had not consented to receiving direct marketing messages; individuals who had opted out of marketing communications continued to receive them if they had filled out a visitor registration form for a second time and ticked the marketing consent box. 

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