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Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) Explained

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CASL Survey Report : Bridging the Gaps in Understanding and Compliance

As CASL continues to be top of mind for many companies, this report is a resource for answering frequently asked questions.

In collaboration with the Direct Marketing Association of Canada, Fasken is pleased to offer a CASL Survey Report for bridging the gaps in understanding and compliance.

Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) Explained | Fasken


The CASL report offers an overview of the following components:

  1. Summary
  2. Respondents
  3. Findings
  4. CASL Compliance Implementation and the Due Diligence Defence
    a. Establish an organization-wide CASL compliance program
    b. Involve senior management
    c. Appoint a chief compliance officer (CCO)
    d. Formalize a written compliance policy
    e. Education and employee buy-in
    f. Record-keeping
    g. Complaints and correction
    h. Service providers
    i. Review all communications
    j. Protect servers
    k. Auditing and monitoring
    l. Seek help from the experts
  5. Conclusion and Recommendation



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