A new Canadian law came into force on July 1, 2014 regulating commercial electronic messaging. Known as Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation ('CASL'), it is widely considered the toughest law of its kind in the world. Unless one of the exclusion applies to a commercial electronic message ('CEM'), CASL requires express or implied consent in order to send CEM.
UHN is asking all departments to examine outgoing email traffic to identify high-risk areas and put compliance measures in place.
Due to the broad nature of this definition, UHN is focusing initially on two categories of emails:
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