Bluetooth Marketing & Pivacy Concern

Bluetooth Marketing & Pivacy Concern
Guy Brighton
  • 25 july 2005

With Nokia about to launch one of the first Bluetooth marketing campaigns, New Media Age reports that lawyers, trade bodies and agencies have expressed concerns over the status of Bluetooth marketing suggesting such communications were in danger of flouting the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations and of being seen as spam by consumers.

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