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Canadian anti-spam legislation

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

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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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Year-end round-up

Like most of you, I’m sure, I was extra busy before Christmas last year, and to top it all off, I got sick and had to leave some things unfinished. So I couldn’t bring you this brief round-up of things that happened in the last three months of 2011, much of which has to do with technology and how employers will use it to interact with employees and customers. But it’s a new year and I’ve recovered from my illness and my holidays, so without further ado…

 

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Canada’s anti-spam law: it’s getting closer every day

The latest info from Industry Canada has the new anti-spam legislation coming into force in early 2012. The consultation period is over, and the government will now finalize the regulations that organizations will have to follow.

 

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