A breach of Australia’s telemarketing rules has cost American vacation time-share market company Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific $159,600 in a fine imposed by Australia’s telecommunications regulator ACMA.
Internet service provider Exetel has been fined $12,600 by the Australian Communications and Media Authority for failing to lodge complaints reports on time.
Online digital marketplace Oneflare has paid a $75,600 infringement notice for breaching spam rules by sending commercial SMS messages to phone numbers it found on public directories, and commercial SMS messages without an unsubscribe option.
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