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At Unspam, we are the leaders in providing governments with do-not-contact registry deployments. In addition to providing the infrastructure for e-mail, fax, mobile phone and instant messenger do-not-contact registries, Unspam assists companies in complying with child protection registry laws. Founded by attorneys and computer scientists, Unspam's approach takes into account both the legal and technological aspects of electronic messaging. Beyond our work with governments, Unspam has the longest-running, most robust e-mail address harvester monitoring network, named Project Honey Pot. Large ISPs currently use Project Honey Pot data to track down the bad guys and keep spam from subscribers' inboxes.


Michigan Child Protection Registry transferred to Secretary of State
(Feb 20, 2014 ; Press Release by Evelyn C)

Gov. Rick Snyder today announced the Michigan Child Protection Registry has been transferred from the state Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs to the Department of State. The registry helps shield families from unwanted adult advertising.

Secretary of State to run registry protecting children from adult internet and phone ads
(Feb 20, 2014 ; Press Release by Evelyn C)

Secretary of State Ruth Johnson is urging Michigan families to block electronic adult ads, messages and pornography from reaching children by joining the Michigan Child Protection Registry. Studies show an increasing number of young people are using Internet-based devices, with children as young as age two using tablets, mobile phones and computers.