07 Mar '15, 1pm

I said it before Canada is not messing around when it comes to Spam – $1.1 million fine handed down

Back in September of 2014 I wrote an article on DomainCrunch.com that Canada was not playing around when it comes to spam. A Canadian law that targets spam email could have a big impact on Boston-area companies that use email marketing. Starting July 1, the law makes sending commercial messages to a Canadian resident without their express consent very costly. According to the legislation , the maximum penalty per violation for an individual is $1 million per violation, and for a business, it is $10 million. The law only affects messages that are clearly commercial, but that method of marketing includes everything from email and text messaging to social media and instant messaging. It seems Canada has just smacked one company pretty hard for their continuing to spam even after being given the chance to come into compliance. The company Compu-Finder has been spamming apparen...

Full article: http://www.thedomains.com/2015/03/07/i-said-it-before-can...

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