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Resources about CASL - Canadian Anti Spam Legislation


CASL Penalties: Know Them so You can Avoid Them

CASL (Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation) comes into effect on July 1, 2014. Penalties for not complying with CASL will be harsh. The penalties are intended to deter companies from sending spam or sending messages to contacts who have not provided their consent.

Preparing for Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation

A Plan for CASL Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) comes into effect on July 1, 2014. CASL regulates how you can send commercial electronic messages (CEMs). Many businesses are worried about making their electronic communications CASL compliant, as the fines for sending spam are going to be hefty.

Canada's anti-spam law, all hype or something to watch out for?

We have all been the victims of "spam" at some point in our lives. It is almost daily that we receive some form of unsolicited e-mail message attempting to get us to buy something that we are not very interested in.

Are you ready for the new anti-spam law?

There are serious consequences for non-compliance By Sylvia Kingsmill You know the feeling: you check your email to find a laundry list of emails from various companies that you may or may not have dealt with in the past. Or a text pings on your smartphone ― and it's unwanted spam.

Why You Should Care about Canadas AntiSpam Law

Why You Should Care about Canada's Anti-Spam Law It may only be early January, but there's new Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) coming down the pike in July that all email marketers should have on their collective radar.

New anti-spam law 'a big deal' for small businesses

Small businesses are scrambling to make sure they're compliant with new anti-spam legislation taking effect on July 1 that will impact how they drum up future sales. Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) is a tough new law meant to crack down on unwanted e-mail and texts, and it will apply to companies and organizations worldwide.

LinkedIn Spam (?) and Recruiters: A Guide for Geeks

Recruiters take quite a bit of heat from those in the tech community based on what many refer to as LinkedIn spam, and the definition of spam within LinkedIn's context seems to be fairly wide. Recruiter shaming in public forums and blog posts about making ridiculous demands or nasty responses when being presented a potential opportunity...

Canadian Anti Spam Law: What you need to know if you're a B2B email marketer

As of July 2014, B2B email marketers will be faced with serious challenges when it comes to communication with potential clients. Get a head start on finding a workaround for this change. Canada's new Anti-Spam legislation (CASL) takes effect July 1, 2014.

Top Ten Things You Need To Know About Canada's Anti-Spam Law - Data Protection - Canada

Article by Sharon E. Groom and Amrita Mann, student at law On July 1, 2014, Bill C-28 which is Canada's anti-spam law ("CASL") will finally come into force. Industry Canada's final regulations were released on December 4, 2013 and so we now have a clear picture of what the rules are.

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Canada's New Anti-Spam Law

January 31, 2014 Canada's new Anti-Spam Law - By:Steven Weiss All businesses that send out electronic messages to or from Canada need to prepare for Canada's Anti-Spam Law (CASL) which will become effective as at July 1, 2014.

Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation

Overview and status (last updated: April, 2014) Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), which was passed in 2010, establishes rules for sending commercial electronic messages (CEMs) as well as the installation of computer programs, and prohibits the unauthorized alteration of transmission data.

Don't Get Caught - Canada Anti-Spam Legislation and LinkedIn

On July 1, 2014 Canada's Anti - Spam Legislation (CASL) goes into effect and will bring clarity about the definition of SPAM to Canadians . The considerable fines give it some teeth while some of the interpretations will probably keep a number of legal professionals busy for a while.

New Canadian Anti-Spam Law Requires Permission from Email Recipients

Making sure the people who get your marketing emails have explicitly asked to receive them is best practice anyway. But a new anti-spam law going into effect in Canada over the next few months makes it even more of a necessity. And, yes, it could impact small businesses in the U.S.

4 Questions About Canada's New Anti-Spam Legislation that All Marketers Should Read

Earlier this fall, Constant Contact hosted the first of a multi-part webinar series, "Opt-in Canada!," to help small business and nonprofits understand Canada's new Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) and the steps they need to take to ensure continued marketing success. CASL will impact Canadian marketers. And will also impact anyone marketing to Canadian consumers.

What does "grandfathering" mean under CASL? -

Guest post by: Shaun Brown In the Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement (RIAS) accompanying the final Industry Canada regulations under CASL, Industry Canada stated that In some cases, where there is neither an exclusion nor any form of consent under CASL, some businesses that may have been compliant with PIPEDA when seeking consent to collect or to use electronic addresses to send commercial electronic messages may no longer be able to contact those addresses under CASL.

Using Facebook Profiles For Business Is Breaking The Law

On July 1st the Canada Anti-Spam Legislation will come into effect with new rules and hefty, potential fines. I have written a couple of posts about this already: Don't Get Caught - Canada Anti-Spam Legislation and LinkedIn Webinar Recording: The Canadian Anti-SPAM Legislation Canada's New Anti-Spam Legislation has Some Teeth And I have collected a list of CASL resources that I will share at the end of this article.

No Scare Tactics - The Truth About Canada's Anti-Spam Law

June 19, 2014 There has been a lot of talk in the media of late about the new Canadian anti-spam legislation. Numerous stories have been reported in the media, with the result being that business owners are panicked and scrambling, fearing a multi-million dollar lawsuit that would sink nearly any business.