On May 11, 2004, the Government launched Canada’s Task Force on Spam. I was honoured to participate on the Task Force, which unanimously recommended anti-spam legislation its report issued on May 17, 2005. Yesterday – 2038 days after the release of the report – Bill C-28, the anti-spam bill, received […]
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The government today introduced Bill C-28, the Fighting Internet and Wireless Spam Act. The bill carries a new name from the old Bill C-27 (which was titled the Electronic Commerce Protection Act), but the bill is roughly the same as the bill that passed the House of Commons last year. […]
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