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Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia's New Anti-Spam Regulations - STA Law Firm

Mondaq Tuesday, 4 June 2019 ()
Recently, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia updated its regulations with regards to the electronic messages and marketing communications which are unsolicited.
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