Have you wondered how the Canadian Anti-Spam Law (CASL) applies to social media?
If so, then you’ve come to the right place.
In this 6 minute video episode, we cover with succinct detail:
- If CASL can apply to posts published on social networking websites
- If CASL can apply to private messages on a social networking websites
- How section 3.D. of the Industry Canada regulation raises some questions as to if there’s more leeway on social networking websites like LinkedIn to send commercial electronic messages (CEMs)
- And if having a friend status on Facebook is enough to establish the personal relationship exception under CASL
- What must accompany your CEMs
- And an extremely valuable section in one of the regulations you may lean on if you’ve run out of room in your CEM to provide required sender information
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