CAN-SPAM, which took effect on January 1, 2004, imposes a number of requirements on commercial e-mailers. Specifically, the Act requires all commercial e-mails to contain accurate header information, a functioning “opt out” mechanism, clear and conspicuous disclosures that a message is an advertisement and that the recipient can opt out of further commercial e-mails, and a valid physical postal address of the sender. Despite the number of years the Act has been on the books, businesses continue to grapple with remaining compliant.  Click here to watch a video outlining seven things you need to know to comply with CAN-SPAM.  (Source: Bureau of Consumer Protection Business Center)