Messaging & Compliance
The guidance below is an outline of the messaging, marketing and privacy rules in the chosen destination.
Messaging Marketing & Privacy Romania Code of conduct for using national short internal numbers and short codes SMS/MMS for providing value added services – adopted by ANCOM (i.e., the telecommunications regulator in Romania) through Decision no. 1131/2014 Art. 55 (6) of the 2015 Norm for evaluating and approving advertising for medical products for human use (prohibiting advertising by SMS for medical products for human use) – adopted by the Ministry of Health through Order no. 194/2015 ANCOM Decision no. 377/2013 regarding the use of national short internal numbers and short codes SMS/MMS Law 365/2002 (especially Article 6) Article 7 from the Government Decision no. 1308/2002 for the approval of the Methodological Norms for the application of the Law 365/2002 (”Methodological Norms”) Law no. 363/2007 on combating unfair practices of traders in relations with consumers and harmonization of regulations with European legislation on consumer protection, (”Law 363/2007”) Law no. 677/2001 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data Art. 12 of Law 506/2004 Emergency Government Ordinance no. 111/2011 on electronic communications Law no. 365/2002 on electronic commerce, as republished (”Law 365/2002”) Art. 3-11 of Law no. 506/2004 concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector (“Law 506/2004”) Ombudsman Order no. 52/2002 on the Minimum security requirements for the processing of personal data
Due to the dynamic nature of technology and the messaging industry, the Messaging Compliance Rules are constantly evolving and adapting to keep pace with the changes. As a result, we may update these Messaging Compliance Rules from time to time by publishing an updated version on our website or elsewhere as we determine.