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Email Sender and Provider Coalition
The Email Sender and Provider Coalition is a cooperative group of industry leaders working to create solutions to the continued proliferation of spam and the emerging problem of deliverability. Our membership provides volume mail delivery services to an estimated 250,000 clients - representing the full breadth of the U.S. marketplace. The ESPC is currently working on solutions to spam and deliverability concerns through a combination of legislative advocacy, technological development, and industry standards.
Legislative – This committee guides our lobbying efforts on federal and state spam legislation. We provide direct advocacy before the FTC and Congress. For state issues, we have partnered with the Internet Alliance for monitoring and coordination. The geographic breadth of our group has allowed us to respond to many state spam statues directly, using members on the ground. This group meets weekly, with ad hoc meetings called from time to time to respond to state developments.
Receiver Relations - This committee was formed to help facilitate better understanding and ongoing dialogue between the sender community and the establish receiver community. The group is tasked with achieving email accountability that is consistent with Lumos principles, promotes best practices, and recognizes the importance of email to business communications. The group’s outputs will include in-depth analyses of specific reputation service provider solutions from a business and policy standpoint.
- Email Service Provider Coalition
- York ME
- United States 03909
- Alexa: Espcoalition.org