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CASL one year later – Lessons learned

On July 1, 2015, Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) celebrated its one year anniversary. How has CASL been enforced during its first year and what lessons can be learned from its enforcement?

 

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Marketing compliance news

E-commerce offers tremendous opportunities for non-profits. Large advertising budgets are no longer necessary to reach a broad audience. Volunteers can be more easily coordinated, charitable receipts issued relatively inexpensively, special events registration managed with far less human intervention required. This is all good news for non-profits. But along with this new e-reality have come new e-headaches.

 

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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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Industry Canada announces effective dates of anti-spam legislation

After three years of waiting, Industry Canada has finalized the Electronic Commerce Protection Regulations and set a date for Canada’s anti-spam legislation to come into force. Canada’s anti-spam legislation will be phased in over four years starting July 1, 2014—seven short months from now.

 

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Anti-spam legislation: Time to act on commercial electronic communications

It feels like we’ve been saying this for years now, but, as we reported again last Monday. Canadian businesses can expect new legislation governing commercial electronic communication and spam in the coming months.

 

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Canada’s anti-spam law: not as close as we thought?

Industry Canada and the CRTC have prepared final spam regulations, but Industry’s are undergoing a second round of consultation. The minister has revised the estimated time: “the anti-spam legislation is expected to take effect next year”…

 

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Anti-spam bill receives royal assent

The Anti-spam bill places restrictions on the type of unsolicited communications organizations can send. You will only be allowed to send commercial electronic messages if the recipient has given express or implied consent. A commercial electronic message is one whose purpose is “to encourage participation in a commercial activity”…

 

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