Barry Sookman reports that a CRTC official advised a conference that the Industry Canada anti-spam regulations are now final and should be publicly available in about two weeks. The law will come into force in 2014.
Canadian Anti-Spam Regulations Coming Within the Next Few Weeks
November 14, 2013
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Last week it was announced that the CASL will be in force from July 1, 2014, but just a bulk part. The rest will be in effect only by 2017. For more info: http://www.casselsbrock.com/CBNewsletter/Canada_s_Anti_Spam_Legislation_Coming_Into_Force_in_2014__Are_You_Ready_
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