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Canada anti-spam legislation

Rogers gets $200,000 fine for faulty email unsubscribe function

For an entire year after Canada’s new anti-spam legislation (CASL) came into force, Rogers Media failed to act on complaints that email recipients were having trouble unsubscribing from the company’s marketing emails. The CRTC fined Rogers $200,000 for several related infringements of the law that occurred between July 2014 and July 2015.

 

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How does the new anti-spam legislation affect IT processes?

It should be clear that managing your anti-spam obligations will mean modifying your information technology processes. The CRTC has created comprehensive anti-spam guidelines that demonstrate some of the ways IT will be involved…

 

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Are you ready for the Canada anti-spam legislation? – Part II

Last fall, I provided an overview of sections of the upcoming Canada Anti-Spam Legislation (“CASL”) and explained why every business, large or small, must begin preparing for it. Since then, there have been some developments in the area, most significantly, the announcement that the CASL will be coming into force on July 1, 2014. It is important that every business begin preparing for the CASL now, as, a few months from now, it will have a profound impact on how businesses engage in electronic communication and marketing.

 

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