North Vancouver, B.C., Canada (PRWEB) May 20, 2014
Specialty Technical Publishers, premier North American publisher of audit, compliance and risk solutions, today announced the publication of Internet Law Essentials: Canada's Anti-Spam Law, a new guide analyzing the tough new Canadian legislation designed to stop spam email in Canada.
On July 1, 2014 Canada will begin enforcing one of the world’s toughest anti-spam laws. Any company, domestic or international, communicating by email in Canada will need to be in compliance to avoid severe penalties of up to $10 million.
Written by Andrew Aguilar and Ryan Black of Vancouver Law Firm McMillan LLP, Internet Law Essentials: Canada’s Anti-Spam Law provides a comprehensive analysis of the new CASL regulations. The guide also includes useful checklists to help simplify the audit and compliance process.
CASL applies to three broad categories of electronic commercial activities:
All companies communicating by email with customers in Canada must comply with the new CASL legislation, and several roles will be particularly affected:
“CASL poses a serious challenge for business communication in Canada. I believe this new guide is essential reading for any company that uses email to talk to their customers as CASL has the potential to impose extremely harsh penalties for non-compliance.” says Steve Britten, Acting President of Specialty Technical Publishers (STP)
STP has also relaunched the completely updated publication Internet Law: The Complete Guide which is the ultimate reference for the rapidly changing field of internet law and regulation. Download a sample here.
About Specialty Technical Publishers
Specialty Technical Publishers (STP) produces technical resource guides covering environmental, health & safety, transportation, accounting, business practices, standards and law, offering comprehensive guidance on key compliance and regulatory issues. STP is a division of Glacier Media Inc., a Canadian information communications company that provides primary and essential information in print, electronic and online media.