CASL compliance, double opt-in and the MailChimp audit trail
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CASL compliance, double opt-in and the MailChimp audit trail

A CASL compliance procedure to keep a double opt-in audit trail with MailChimp.

Company directors need to care about CASL
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Company directors need to care about CASL

A $1M personal liability clause in CASL is clearly designed to get the attention of company directors. It should work. No insurance policy covers this, yet.

Participate in our 2014 survey
By June 18, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Participate in our 2014 survey

Please spare 15 minutes to participate in our 2014 survey on digital in Canada (http://bit.ly/Opinions2014). Think of it as the long-form census you miss.

Digital public affairs video playlist opens with #VoteON candidates
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Digital public affairs video playlist opens with #VoteON candidates

At the encouragement of a few of my online followers, I’ve decided to add more video content to the digital public affairs mix.

Ottawa Centre candidates on digital in their campaigns
By May 25, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Ottawa Centre candidates on digital in their campaigns

A video collage of insight from Ottawa Centre candidates sharing their views on the role digital is playing in their campaigns and in democratic engagement.

Conversation with Treasury Board President Tony Clement (podcast)
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Conversation with Treasury Board President Tony Clement (podcast)

Treasury Board President Tony Clement on digital culture, the challenges of constraint-based communication and building bridges online.

Ottawa Centre candidates in Ontario election
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Ottawa Centre candidates in Ontario election

Looking for the online outposts for Ottawa Centre candidates in the current Ontario provincial election? Here you go!

Digital public affairs roundup: May 2, 2014
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Digital public affairs roundup: May 2, 2014

In this digital public affairs roundup: Is digital culture driving spin? Is Facebook helping marketers improve their credibility? Can laws be cool?

The Privacy Commissioner, reputation and the sound of silence
By April 29, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

The Privacy Commissioner, reputation and the sound of silence

The Privacy Commissioner’s office is risking more reputation damage from a disclosure double-standard than the internal data breach it applies to.

Whitney Hoffman part 2: online and offline skills (podcast)
By April 27, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Whitney Hoffman part 2: online and offline skills (podcast)

Whitney Hoffman brings us up to date on strengthening her web presence, fundraising and debating, and how her social media community activities have helped prepare her for a run for office.

Fair Elections Act petition: lightning in a bottle or smoke and mirrors?
By April 26, 2014 3 Comments Read More →

Fair Elections Act petition: lightning in a bottle or smoke and mirrors?

Of 17 Fair Elections Act petitions (including those from the NDP, Liberal and Green parties), only one offers full disclosure for credibility while another, the one that got the biggest media push, could be a complete fabrication.

Digital public affairs roundup: April 25, 2014
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Digital public affairs roundup: April 25, 2014

Some news stories, blog posts and videos that will be of interest to digital public affairs folks.