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Envoyez "O" par message texte pour confirmer votre adhésion! Des sociétés conviennent de verser 100 000 $ pour des allégations de violations de la LCAP
Le premier engagement lié à des violations, par messages textes, de la législation canadienne anti-pourriel (aussi connue sous l'acronyme LCAP) a été conclu.
Canada
26 Sep 2018
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Envoyez « O »  par message texte pour confirmer votre adhésion! Des sociétés conviennent de verser 100 000 $ pour des allégations de violations de la LCAP
Le premier engagement lié à des violations, par messages textes, de la législation canadienne anti-pourriel (aussi connue sous l'acronyme LCAP) a été conclu.
Canada
21 Sep 2018
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Loi Canadienne Anti-Pourriel : Points Forts de l'Année
La Loi canadienne anti-pourriel (LCAP), entrée en vigueur le 1er juillet 2014, est une loi fédérale qui traite, notamment, des messages électroniques non sollicités de nature commerciale...
Canada
22 Mar 2018
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CASL Year In Review
Generally speaking, the senders of commercial electronic messages (or "CEMs") must obtain express consent in a prescribed format.
Canada
7 Mar 2018
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Hello? Even Telemarketing Calls To A Business May Be Considered Deceptive
On February 6, 2017, Mega Byte Information ("Mega Byte") was sentenced by the Court of Québec and fined $450,000 after pleading guilty to operating a deceptive telemarketing scheme...
Canada
6 Jul 2017
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Latest CASL Fine Imposed On An Individual
On March 9, 2017, the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission ("CRTC") released a Compliance and Enforcement Decision wherein it imposed a $15k ...
Canada
5 Jul 2017
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How Smart Is Siri? Apple Faces False And Misleading Advertising Suits
A pair of proposed class actions have been launched in Quebec and Saskatchewan against Apple Inc. and Apple Canada Inc. (collectively, "Apple") concerning its advertising campaign promoting the "Siri" feature on the popular iPhone 4S smartphone.
Canada
12 Dec 2012
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Competition Bureau Sues 3 Of Canada’s Largest Telecommunications Companies For $31 Million For Misleading Advertising Promoting Premium Texting Services
On September 14, 2012, the Competition Bureau announced it had launched legal proceedings before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice against three of Canada’s largest telecommunications companies (Bell Canada, Rogers Communications, and Telus Corporation) and a wireless industry association (Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association – CWTA) for misleading advertising under the Competition Act (the Act).
Canada
6 Dec 2012
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