The Australian Spam Act came into force on April 11th 2004. Although this law is aimed at major offenders, it affects all businesses and organisations who send email. The Act is enforced by the Australian Communications Authority. See their FAQ, guides for business and consumers. See also the Electronic Frontier Australia Analysis of this Spam Law
BCL newsletters are opt-in, plain text emails. They never have attachments. You will receive them if
Many viruses and some spammers spoof email addresses. If you've received a virus message that has our address as the sender, that does not mean that the virus came from us. It could have come from anyone who has looked at our pages and who also has your email address somewhere on their computer. This is as frustrating for us as it is for you. We never send emails with attachments. If you receive an email claiming to be from BCL with an attachment, please delete it without opening it.
Please email bcl [at] bcl.com.au if you have any concerns about email that you have received from BCL.