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Canada's Largest Publisher Fined $200K For Violating CASL

Rogers Media, the largest publishing company in Canada, has paid $200,000 to for violating Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL). The company allegedly sent emails to consumers without providing a viable way to opt out. The legislation came into law July 1, 2014 and since then the government has been investigating complaints submitted to the Spam Reporting Centre.

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