Should pop-up windows be considered as electronic mails ? The EU Commission says no

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Publié le 11 août 2003
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In its answer to written question E-3392/02, the European Commission stated that pop-up windows are not considered as electronic mail, because they disappear when the addressee is no longer online. Therefore, the prior consent of the subscriber to receive such messages, as imposed by article 13, 1 of Directive 2002/58/EC, is not required.Cliquez ici pour…

In its answer to written question E-3392/02, the European Commission stated that pop-up windows are not considered as electronic mail, because they disappear when the addressee is no longer online. Therefore, the prior consent of the subscriber to receive such messages, as imposed by article 13, 1 of Directive 2002/58/EC, is not required.

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