The CRTC has today confirmed that the national do-not-call registry will launch by September 30th. Given the number of exempt organizations – registered charities, political parties, polling companies, newspapers, businesses with a prior business relationship – Canadians will still need to individually opt-out of hundreds of additional organizations for the phone to stop ringing. iOptout.ca, which has processed millions of these individual opt-out requests since its launch in the spring, will come out of beta in time for the CRTC launch and will be ready to piggyback the CRTC's DNCL with the possibility of signficant penalties for those organizations who do not respect the opt-out requests. More on iOptOut's development in the coming weeks.
July 30, 2008
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