Last Updated: July 14th, 2019 by Dan Astriden
Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL) took place in July 2014 and the penalties are severe. This article will focus on marketing responsibilities for small business web sites that send out newsletters or email to any persons residing in Canada.
Your website forms – In order to be CASL compliant, subscribe forms must do a few things.
Your website database – In order to be CASL compliant, you must collect some user information and store the data in your database.
Your Newsletters – In order to be CASL compliant, you must collect provide the user a few things.
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