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Anti-spam bill under contention, referred to Senate committee for study

News | 12/18/2009 3:37 pm EST

With the Senate set to study the Conservative government’s anti-spam bill in the New Year, provisions around existing business relationships, the sharing non-sensitive customer information among business affiliates or partners and the ability of consumers to opt out of further email communications are likely to be major areas of contention.

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