The Canadian Anti-Spam Act: What Nonprofits need to know before July 1

elijah
Topics: Canada, CASL, net2, net2van, spam
See all of elijah's blog posts

Spam

On June 17 NetSquared Vancouver partnered with Methodworks Consulting’s Jim Freer and Lawyer Maanit Zemel. The two of them provided a thorough introduction to what charities and nonprofits need to know about this legislation that goes into effect July 1, 2014.

Slides


Video

Presenters

Maanit Zemel

Maanit Zemel is a lawyer and commercial litigator with substantial experience and expertise in internet and social media law, including Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), online defamation and cyberbullying. Prior to starting her own internet law practice in Toronto, Ms. Zemel was a partner at a large national law firm. Ms. Zemel regularly advises businesses, charities, and non-profits on practical and effective CASL compliance policies and procedures.

Jim Freer

Non-Profit Systems Consultant | Method Works Consulting

Jim is Method Works’ data guru. He is proficient with the range of Blackbaud’s web and fundraising product and has been professionally programming for over a decade. Today he’s here to speak about CASL (the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation) and the importance of process, workflows, and systems in ensuring compliance with the new legislation.