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Event Date Wed Oct 3 EDT (about 3 years ago)
Region All

There has been a recent flurry of activity with respect to Canada’s Anti-Spam Law (CASL) resulting in guidance from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) that should not be overlooked. Join us for this update on CASL enforcement, including:

• The CRTC’s re-consideration of administrative monetary penalties in the Compu-Finder decision, shedding light on B-to-B relationships, implied consent based on conspicuous publication and demonstrating due diligence;
• The statutory review of CASL that is underway; and
• Lessons learned from the first Notice of Violation involving the provisions regarding consent-based installation of computer programs.

As CASL compliance programs mature amongst credit unions, it is important to understand recent developments and interpretations, to ensure that CRTC guidance effectively informs compliance. CASL has caused confusion and uncertainty since the law came into force in 2014. This webinar will highlight the recent clarifications offered by the CRTC that assist credit unions meet the anti-spam law’s rules with greater certainty.