Kellogg Canada agrees to $60,000 fine for alleged anti-spam violation

Kellogg Canada is the latest company to be hit under Canada’s Anti-Spam Law, ordered by the CRTC to pay $60,000 as part of a settlement for alleged violations that took place over a relatively short period of time.
Lawyer Steve Szentesi says the Kellogg Canada CASL case is ‘something of a caution that companies should ensure that third party marketers and partners comply with CASL.’ A statement issued by the CRTC on Sept. 1 indicated Kellogg Canada Inc. “…voluntarily entered into an undertaking with the chief compliance and enforcement officer of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, in relation to an …
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