DIGITAL SPAM AND CONTENT REDUCTION PLAN
Cracking Down on Digital Spam Content
Enact stricter regulations and penalties for sending unsolicited commercial messages (spam) via email, instant messaging, social media, and other digital platforms.
Require clear opt-in consent from users before sending commercial communications and provide easy optout mechanisms.
Enhance enforcement efforts by allocating resources to identify and penalize spammers, including coordination with international authorities.
Collaborate with internet service providers and technology companies to develop and implement effective spam detection and filtering mechanisms.
Promote public awareness campaigns to educate individuals about identifying and reporting spam messages and providing them with tools to protect themselves from digital spam.
Cracking Down on Phone Spam Content
Strengthen laws and regulations related to telemarketing and unsolicited phone calls, imposing stricter penalties for violations.
Implement a centralized "Do Not Call" registry where individuals can register their phone numbers to opt out of telemarketing calls.
Increase enforcement efforts by establishing dedicated task forces or agencies responsible for monitoring and taking action against phone spammers.
Collaborate with telecommunications service providers to implement call blocking technologies and caller ID verification systems to combat spoofing and robocalls.
Educate the public about their rights and how to report illegal or unwanted calls through public awareness campaigns.
Regulating Sales of Personal Data
Establish comprehensive data protection laws that clearly define individuals' rights over their personal data and impose strict obligations on businesses regarding data collection, storage, and sharing practices.
Require businesses to obtain explicit consent from individuals before collecting and selling their personal data, ensuring transparency and giving individuals control over their information.
Implement mechanisms for individuals to easily access, correct, and delete their personal data held by businesses.
Enforce penalties and fines for businesses that engage in unauthorized or deceptive practices related to the sale of personal data.
Encourage industry self-regulation and best practices for responsible data handling, including data anonymization and minimizing the collection of unnecessary personal information.