Today, Canadian Minister of Industry the Honourable James Moore announced CASL will come into force in June, 2014.Read More
VICTORY! It’s been a long time coming, but Canada has an anti-spam law, and one, which sets a new world standard, and a tough, but fair, opt-in protocol for everyone in North America who sends commercial email and other ...Read More
C-28 finished second reading in the Senate yesterday, and has been refered to the Standing Committee on Transport & Communications for review.Read More
On Monday and Tuesday we will call … Bill C-28, fighting Internet and wireless spam – Government House Leader John Baird | The Weekly Statement Monday's Projected Order of Business indicates C-28 and C-29 are on...Read More
Industry, Science and Technology Report on Canadian Anti-spam bill C-28 tabled in the House of Commons
November 03, 2010. Mr. David Sweet (Ancaster—Dundas—Flamborough—Westdale, CPC): Mr. Speaker, I have the honour to present, in both official languages, the 10th report of the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and...Read More
Kidnap. Rape. There are no lesser words that can be used to describe what happened to the daughter of an anti-spam investigator in Russia.
The criminals behind these vicious acts were also responsible for large spamming organization associated with Russian Mob activity.
When someone is mugged, harassed, kidnapped or raped on a sidewalk, we don’t call it “sidewalk crime” and call for new laws to regulate sidewalks. It is crime, and those who commit crimes are subject to the full force of the law.
C-28, the Canadian Anti-spam bill suspended for the summer, has been reintroduced to the order paper for parliamentary discussion for today, September 27, 2010.Listen in to the debate here:...Read More