The Spam Control Act 2007 came into effect on 15 June 2007. It aims to address the still-growing and global problem of spam.
The Act will offer a framework to better manage unsolicited commercial electronic messages sent in bulk, otherwise known as “spam”.
Being a member of DMAS signifies Yamagata Singapore’s resolution in raising the standards of direct marketing resulting better consumer trust and confidence. All members of DMAS are committed to adhere to the Association’s standards of excellence and integrity, which are delineated in the Association’s Code of Practice and DMAS Guidelines of Using Commercial Electronic Messages.