December 11, 2014
On January 15, 2015, the software provisions of Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) will take effect. CASL’s anti-spam sections, touted as the toughest in the world, came into force on July 1, 2014 – and had businesses scrambling to comply. CASL’s software provisions impose equally broad and onerous procedural requirements for companies and individuals installing computer programs on computer systems.
Here are the answers to 10 frequently asked questions about CASL’s new software provisions to help you decide whether they apply to you – and if so, what you need to do to comply:
Visit McInnes Cooper’s CASL Knowledge Page at mcinneslegacy.sbox-1.vsrv.io/services/privacy/casl/ to learn more about CASL.
Please contact your McInnes Cooper lawyer or any member of our McInnes Cooper CASL Team to discuss this topic or any other legal issue.
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