I was watching a video from Frank Kern a while back, and he brought up an instance in which some Email marketers were sued because they sent Emails to some email addresses that for one reason or another weren't supposed to be sent Emails. I remember him saying that the lawyer sued everyone including clickbank.
Anyway, I notice that almost all squeeze pages don't mandate that the Email be validated: they just capture the email and begin sending off marketing emails. My question is this: what is to stop a malicious person from purposely entering the WRONG email into one of these squeeze pages - possibly an email address like Frank Kern spoke of that aren't supposed to be sent emails. Couldn't a person get in trouble this way?
Looking forward to your responses!!