Utah Children's Protection Registry
On July 1, 2005, Utah launched an innovative program designed to help protect families while online. Similar to the Do-Not-Call List, the Utah Child Protection Registry allows parents and educational institutions to voluntarily register electronic contact points (e-mail, mobile phone numbers and instant messenger ids) to be off-limits from inappropriate adult messages. These messages include pornography, tobacco products, illegal drugs, gambling opportunities, and alcoholic beverages.
The Utah Children's Protection Registry is a free service that allows parents to register their families' email addresses.
When you sign up for the Utah Children's Protection Registry, marketers who send adult messages are required by law to remove your registered addresses from their lists. If they do send an adult message to you after you have been registered for 30 days, you can file a complaint through the registry's website."