Four years after the National Task Force on Spam unanimously recommended that the Canadian government introduce anti-spam legislation, the Government today took an important step forward by tabling Bill C-27, the Electronic Commerce Protection Act (bill not online yet). Although the bill requires careful study before commenting in any detail, […]
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The federal government yesterday introduced much-needed identity theft legislation. Bill C-27 includes several important provisions focusing on identity theft such as trafficking in documents and identity information. Key provisions include: making, possessing, transferring, or selling "identity documents" of another person becomes an offence punishable with up to five years in […]
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