Is A Telephone Call Considered A CEM?

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Press Today continues to feature a series of questions from agents on Canada’s new anti-spam legislation (Bill C-28) in its issues this week, with answers supplied by Doug Crozier and Tim Law of Heifetz Crozier Law.

Baxter Travel Media has been hosting a series of Travel Law webinars on the anti-spam legislation featuring HCL’s Crozier and Law. The May 6 session — like the May 1 webinar — was a sell out and there were lots of questions from webinar participants.

A third Question & Answer webinar on Canada’s anti-spam legislation has now been scheduled for May 14, 2014 at noon. To register for the third webinar, go to http://travellaw.ca/webinar-registration .

And now here’s today’s question:

Is a telephone call considered a CEM? Would CASL apply to cold calls to businesses and/or leaving a voice mail message?

It is a CEM but there is an exception for speaking on the telephone and leaving messages on a voice message system. There is also an exception for sending a fax.

If you have other questions on Canada’s anti-spam legislation, you can send them to info@hclaw.com .

If you’d like the full story on Bill C-28, you can click here to check out the May 5, 2014 digital edition of Canadian Travel Press.

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