Kodak admits to spam, pays up

Monday, 15 May 2006, 1:10 PM EST

A digital photo-sharing service run by Eastman Kodak Co. settled charges it sent e-mails to 2 million recipients and failed to give them a way to opt out of future messages, the Federal Trade Commission said Thursday.

Kodak Imaging Network, previously known as Ofoto Inc., agreed to pay a $26,331 penalty for violating a U.S. law aimed at curbing spam.

At CNN.

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