Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) Authoritative Source Content

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The Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) prohibit companies from sending commercial electronic messages, to an electronic address, without consent (permission). It also covers the installation of computer programs without the express consent of the owner or user of the computer system and collecting personal information by accessing a computer system or electronic device illegally. If you use electronic channels to promote or market your organization, products or services, Canada's anti-spam law may affect you. 



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The source of this content comes from the  Government of Canada Justice Laws website.


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