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EmailKarma – CASL: Industry Canada Published Draft Regulations

  • EmailKarma - CASL: Industry Canada Published Draft Regulations
By: EmailKarma Industry Canada published draft Electronic Commerce Protection Regulations (the “Draft Regulations”) under Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) for comment in the Canada Gazette on January 5, 2013. Industry Canada and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) share responsibly for developing regulations under...
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US Email Marketers to Adapt to New Californian Law by Wikus Engelbrecht @WKS_Engelbrecht

US Email Marketers to Adapt to New Californian Law In March of this year, the Californian court made a new ruling about email sender identification that now has marketers across the US scratching their heads on how to modify their...
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New to email marketing? We’ll teach you how to email market.

  • New to email marketing? Start here!
New to email marketing? We’ll teach you how to email market. We know how confusing that can be. Helping people get started in email marketing is why we created The eMail Guide! Have any questions? Send us an email: questions@TheeMailGuide.com...
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Business Insider – The Most Important, Can’t-Ignore Law of Email Marketing

By: Business Insider Hey you! Yes…you, the one sending out all those email newsletters. We need to talk. I mean, sure, we’ve already talked to some degree. We’ve talked about best practices for email marketing, how email is NOT dead...
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Privacy Goes Public: Eight Tips For Online Marketers by Matt Vernhout @emailkarma

It seems like you can’t open a news feed these days without being inundated with stories about privacy. Network data breaches. Location-based tracking. Court injunctions. It’s a minefield out there. ...
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PCWorld – Spam King Sanford Wallace Indicted for Facebook Spam

By: PCWorld Notorious spam king Sanford Wallace is facing federal fraud charges for allegedly breaking into Facebook accounts and sending 27 million spam messages in 2008 and 2009. Wallace, 43, allegedly used a phishing attack to steal usernames and passwords...
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CRTC Posts Regulations For CASL by Matt Vernhout @emailkarma

  • CRTC Posts Regulations For CASL
(First published by Matt Vernhout at www.emailkarma.net ) Last week while Canada was busy Celebrating it’s 144th Birthday the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) gave the Email Marketing world a little gift! There draft regulations for the Canadian Anti-Spam...
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Clickz – Canada’s Anti-Spam Law

By: Clickz Most online marketers doing business in Canada today are already familiar with PIPEDA. But many are not aware that a new law, known in Parliament as Bill C-28 and later renamed Canada’s Online Protection Legislation (COPL) was given...
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ClickMail – Email Marketing Best Practices: The New Canadian Anti-Spam Law

By: ClickMail Marketing Are You Compliant With the New Canadian Anti-Spam Law? If you’re already adhering to email marketing best practices, you are doing permission-based email marketing to an in-house email list. And your email marketing best practices likely are...
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Bill C-28 a law for Canada that tells spammers where to go

  • Bill-C28 eMail Marketing law in Canada tells spammers to where to go
Once again, Canada has tightened the reigns and leads the way for world wide standards for email marketing best practices. Bill C-28 formerly C-27 sometimes refereed to as FISA (Fighting Internet and Wireless Spam Act)  is now set to take...
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BtoB: What marketers need to know about Canada’s anti-spam bill

  • Email Marketing : What marketers need to know about Canada’s anti-spam bill
Source: B2B By Karen J Bannan ed note: please see important posts from The eMail Guide below regarding Canada’s new anti-spam bill! ^jd Right now Canada is the only G8 country without anti-spam legislation in place. That’s about to change,...
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CAUCE: New Fear, Uncertainty & Doubt about C-28

  • New Fear, Uncertainty & Doubt about C-28
Source: CAUCE From time to time, we see unenlightened comments about the efficacy of laws in the fight against spam. “Laws won’t stop spam” being the most common. No, they won’t. What laws do is dissuade some people from undertaking...
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eMail Radio Tuesday November 16th @ 1PM ET: Confessions of a spam king

  • eMail Radio November 16th: Confessions of a spam king
Tuesday November 16th @ 1PM ET Confessions of a spam king Depending on your point of view Bill Waggoner is either a spammer or a crusader for free speech and the “American way”. Bill’s convinced that your rights to freedom...
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The E-mail Skinny: The Ten Million Dollar Spam Law

  • Email Marketing: The Ten Million Dollar Spam Law
Source: The E-mail Skinny By: hey4ndr3w Our neighbors to the north may be the last of the G8 countries to adopt an anti-spam law, but when it’s enacted later this year (as most analysts agree it will), Canada’s new law...
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FISA: Canadian anti-spam law compliance guide for marketers by Matt Vernhout @emailkarma

  • FISA : Canadian Anti-Spam Law Compliance Guide For Marketers
The Fighting Internet & Wireless Spam Act of Canada (FISA, Bill C-28) is wending it’s way through the legislative process in Canada. Canada may be late to the game of anti-spam legislation, but bill C-28 is a game-changer for bad senders and spammers. FISA got a partial...
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Canadian anti-spam bill C-28 to get second reading by Matt Vernhout @emailkarma

  • Canadian Anti-Spam Bill
The anti-spam bill “Fighting Internet and Wireless Spam Act” (FISA) has been put back on the table in the Canadian House of Commons for discussion. Only a few more steps to go until we get there. What’s happened so far...
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Canada’s new law restricts “spam haven”

  • Canada's New Law Restricts Spam Haven
As you may or may not know, Canada is the only G8 country that does NOT have anti-spam legislation. So you’re probably asking yourself “why do I need to get permission to email someone in that country?” Keep in mind...
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Canadian anti-spam bill (C-27) killed by prorogation

Canadian Prime Minister, Stephan Harper, plans to prorogue parliment (an extended break/suspension with no elections)  so MPs won’t be distracted with governing the country while Canada’s Olympic hockey teams are kicking the snot out of the world. Micheal Geist posted...
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C-27 Canadian anti-spam bill gets 2nd Senate reading Thursday

Neil Schwartzman over at CAUCE has been doing a heck of a job keeping us all up to date on the progress of C-27, which among other things, addresses spam. The bill will now get a second reading before the...
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Bill C-27: CRM expert concerned Canadian eMail marketers not ready

If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear, does it make a sound?  If a bill passes in Parliament and no one is around to care, does it still take effect?  I never really...
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