Here’s a look at some pot-related tech companies that have taken root in the past few years: Mass Roots: marijuana’s Facebook Mass Roots was founded in 2013 by a team of four guys looking to bring to life a 420 social network.According to COO Dan Hunt, the app — which has around 625,000 users — is somewhere between an Instagram and a Facebook for potheads.Anonymousse April 28, This is when the weed consumption ramps back up again.I always went for the wrong ones ,now I realize that I just wanted to help them ,make them betterlove them and help them.sent emails that did not have a clearly labelled or easy-to-use unsubscribe option.
The tech company booted the Mass Roots app from its online store in 2014 for encouraging illicit drug use.
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The dating website has also agreed to develop a compliance program, which includes training for its staff and changes to its policies, to meet the anti-spam requirements."This case is an important reminder to businesses that they need to review their unsubscribe mechanisms to ensure they are clearly and prominently set out and can be readily performed," said chief compliance and enforcement officer Manon Bombardier in a release.
Earlier this month, the CRTC imposed the first financial penalty under the anti-spam law, which came into effect last summer.