The New Democratic Party has voiced concerns over recommendations from a House of Commons committee to amend Canada’s Anti-Spam Law, CTV News reports. A report from the House Industry, Science, and Technology committee is calling for a clarification of the definition of “commercial electronic messages” and to examine the costs of complying with the law. The NDP fears the potential changes could result in an increase in the number of spam messages individuals could receive. “There’s no doubt that this piece of legislation is so germane to their life that it can be easily overlooked, but at the same time could have some of the most severe consequences for them, their family, and their businesses,” said NDP Innovation Critic Brian Masse.
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