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[December 18, 2012]

Canada's Anti-Spam Law Addressed in New Marketing Training Conference by the Association of Strategic Marketing

Dec 18, 2012 ( via COMTEX) -- Canada's Anti-Spam legislation is being addressed in a new marketing training guide by The Association of Strategic Marketing. Expected to go into effect in 2013, marketers who send any form of commercial electronic messages (CEM) to Canada will need to understand the detailed rules that now govern email and text message communication. In the new marketing training conference entitled 'Canada's New Anti-Spam Law: Are You in Compliance ' marketers, email database managers, social media operators and anyone who sends commercial electronic messages (CEM) will learn the new Canadian rules, the differences between the Canadian regime and the US CAN-SPAM Act, as well as practical tips for compliance.

"You don't need to be a spammer, or even be located in Canada, for this new legislation to affect important elements of your business," says Bernice M. Karn. "These practical tips will ensure any commercial electronic message (CEM) complies with the new identification requirements, consent requirements and unsubscribe requirements that will be implemented in 2013." In this live educational training conference, Bernice will teach email marketers: The detailed rules of the new comprehensive federal law dealing with SPAM and malware The difference between the Canadian regime and the US CAN-SPAM Act Practical tips to ensure compliance What the severe penalties for noncompliance are The best practices for commercial electronic messages "Penalties for email marketing noncompliance are often severe and can apply directly to directors and officers," says Bernice. "Failure to comply with this new law can expose a company and its directors to penalties of up to $10 million dollars and class action lawsuits of much greater magnitude." Bernice M. Karn is a partner in the office of Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP where she practices all aspects of information technology, e-commerce, outsourcing and privacy. Bernice has written several publications related to the areas of privacy, cloud computing, IT and SPAM, and is recognized as a leading IT lawyer by Chambers Global, an international guide to lawyers and law firms throughout the world. She also conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous issues such as data security, IT due diligence, privacy, cloud computing, outsourcing and IT distribution.

All marketers, email database managers and social media operators are urged to sign up for this audio conference to avoid the penalty of noncompliance.

About the Association of Strategic Marketing The Association of Strategic Marketing (ASM) is a training and development website dedicated to the enhancement of the marketing profession. ASM is committed to the specific educational and developmental needs of members looking for unique, up-to-date Marketing training opportunities through audio conferences, seminars, webinars and articles. ASM members also gain access to product offerings and other educational tools that assist in securing their position at the forefront of their respective disciplines. ASM delivers an overall experience that gives their community of marketing professionals a distinct competitive advantage. For more information visit Read the full story at


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