A Suppression List is a list of suppressed e-mail addresses used by e-mail senders to comply with the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003. CAN-SPAM requires that senders of commercial emails provide a functioning opt-out mechanism by which email recipients can unsubscribe their email address from future email messages. The unsubscribed email addresses are placed into a "suppression list" which is used to "suppress" future email messages to that email address.
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... technological means are used to protect suppression lists and track suppression list abuse ... These include neutral third party scrubbing of email lists, distribution of MD5 secure hash suppression lists and distribution of "seeded" email lists ... The best practice in distributing these lists is to avoid sending the email addresses themselves as plaintext, but instead send a list with one "hash" per line, each hash generated from an ...
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