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  • The Law and Regulations - Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
    found on the CRTC website Governor in Council regulations The Government has published final regulations and the Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement related to Canada s anti spam legislation A copy of these documents can be found below A copy of the regulations will be found in Part II of the Canada Gazette and on the Justice Canada website The Act took effect on July 1 2014 to help protect Canadians

    Original URL path: http://www.infoconsommation.ca/eic/site/030.nsf/eng/h_00211.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Oversight & Management - Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
    to promote awareness of the law to educate consumers network operators and small businesses to coordinate work with the private sector and to conduct research Spectrum Information Technologies and Telecommunications Sector SITT The national coordinating body resides within SITT SITT is responsible for monitoring the overall effectiveness of the regime Canada s Office of Consumer Affairs OCA The Office of Consumer Affairs at Industry Canada leads and coordinates consumer and

    Original URL path: http://www.infoconsommation.ca/eic/site/030.nsf/eng/h_00036.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Enforcement - Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
    has the primary enforcement responsibility under the new anti spam law and will be able to investigate take action against and set administrative monetary penalties for sending non compliant commercial electronic messages An example of a non compliant message is a message sent without prior consent altering transmission data without express consent For example this prohibits conduct by which Internet users are directed to websites they did not intend to visit and includes other illegal activities that target Internet users the installation of a computer program on a computer system or network without the express consent This includes malware spyware and viruses installed with computer programs hidden in spam messages or downloaded through links to infected websites Competition Bureau The Competition Bureau as an independent law enforcement agency ensures that Canadian businesses and consumers prosper in a competitive and innovative marketplace The legislation enables the Bureau to more effectively address false and misleading representations and deceptive marketing practices in the electronic marketplace including false or misleading sender or subject matter information electronic messages and locator information such as URLs and metadata Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada protects the personal information

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  • For Businesses and Organizations - Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
    interests employees and customers from electronic threats Information and Tips for Businesses and Organizations Protect your Organization from Threats View this infographic to learn how to protect your organization s data from threats Does Canada s New Anti Spam Law Apply View this infographic to learn about how Canada s Anti Spam Law applies 4 Tips for Contacting Clients Electronically View this infographic to get useful tips on contacting your

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  • Protect your Organization from Threats - Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
    threats Why do I need to protect myself According to research 69 of Canadian businesses have been cyber attacked within a 12 month period SMEs are seen as vulnerable and need to have the proper tools to lessen the risk of a cyberattack What s at risk All your sensitive data like customer lists intellectual property or finances Learn to protect your business Educate your staff to keep data secure

    Original URL path: http://www.infoconsommation.ca/eic/site/030.nsf/eng/00321.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Does Canada's New Anti-Spam Law Apply? - Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
    Canada s new Anti Spam Law may affect you You should ask yourself Q Do you use email SMS social media or instant messaging to send commercial or promotional information about your organization to reach customers prospects and other important audiences Q Do you install software programs on people s computers or mobile devices Q Do you carry out these activities in or from Canada If you answered yes go

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  • 4 Tips for Contacting Clients Electronically - Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
    of your customers or clients by following these tips Don t send a message without their consent Yes please contact me Provide an opportunity for customers and clients to say no No thanks Clearly identify yourself and your organization Be truthful in advertising Taxes included For more information go to fightspam gc ca This resource which is intended to provide a plain language explanation of some of the requirements under

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  • 3 Things to Think About When Sending Messages - Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation
    Sending Is it sent to an electronic address E g email SMS instant messaging or similar platforms Is it commercial or promotional Commercial or promotional information including marketing sales offers solicitations or similar activities Ensure that no part of the message is false or misleading Think About What You Must Include Identify your name and business the name of anyone else on whose behalf you are sending the message and

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