Tag: Bill C-28

Electronic Commerce Protection Regulations – Much Work RemainsElectronic Commerce Protection Regulations – Much Work Remains



Canada’s new anti-SPAM/anti-malware law, or CASL, was passed by Parliament in late 2010.  The draft Electronic Commerce Protection Regulations, which were intended to clarify and flesh out the law, were published for public consultation earlier this summer.  Fifty-seven organizations and individuals filed comments by the September 7, 2011 deadline. … ...

Impacts of Bill C-28 (the new anti-SPAM and anti-spyware legislation)Impacts of Bill C-28 (the new anti-SPAM and anti-spyware legislation)



The new anti-SPAM and anti-spyware legislation (Bill C-28) will have significant implications for entities carrying on business in Canada and for entities doing business with Canadians. Its scope is very broad. Its approach to tacking the challenges posed by SPAM, malware, spyware, false and misleading representations associated with electronic messages, and harvesting of electronic address and ...