Big Mail: Signed, Sealed, Exploited
This Newsy special report dives into data use in the direct mail industry and how that data can be used to target vulnerable populations.LEARN MORE
This Newsy special report digs into the world of big data, junk mail and fraud.
Direct mail advertising, aka junk mail, is a nuisance the public mostly accepts. But it can be both an invasion of privacy and a predatory practice. This Newsy special report dives deep into the system that keeps junk mail alive and the lack of recourse for the vulnerable populations it targets.
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This Newsy special report dives into data use in the direct mail industry and how that data can be used to target vulnerable populations.
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