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The end of a three-year transition period means express consent may be required

CRTC case offers guidance to advisors on CASL compliance

New law that was set to come into effect on July 1 and would’ve allowed individuals to sue companies that violate CASL has been put on hold for the time being

New report suggests many organizations lack the proper measures to avoid running afoul of the rules around sending unsolicited electronic communications

CRTC case offers guidance to advisors on CASL compliance

Although it may be difficult to decide if an email falls within the definition of spam, the decision includes a description of the emails that provoked the complaints

Canadians will be able to join a class action against those who send spam email when this provision of CASL takes effect

Recipients of spam may sue, starting in 2017

But several hot spots may still cause trouble

CRTC case offers guidance to advisors on CASL compliance

CASL penalties so far are few, but many more are expected

Financial services firms should take heed of the first case dealing with a violation of Canada's new anti-spam legislation

When contacting a new prospect, be sure to stay on the right side of the law