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Old 04-02-2015, 10:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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CAN SPAM Act Violation?

Jurisdiction / State: California

I am creating an app that will link yoga instructors to potential students. In order to make the app usable, I will need to have a decent amount of yoga instructors available before release. I have found the emails of these instructors online and would like to email them telling them about the app and asking for their permission to be featured on it. Would this violate the CAN-SPAM Act?


Based on this my research on CAN-SPAM, I have two concerns:



-The method I received these emails
-Whether or not this act is considered "commercial content"

I would greatly appreciate any help with this, especially in regards to my two concerns.
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