Casinos & Canadian Internet Justice
The Internet has become an increasingly important resource for all Canadians. It is essential that our right to free expression and privacy online be respected and protected. That is why our government passed the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) to help eliminate unsolicited electronic messages that harm consumers and businesses alike.
In 1985, the federal government decided that it would no longer be in the business of regulating gambling. As a result, it gave authority for the regulation of gambling to individual provinces. However, the Criminal Code didn’t actually change in terms. Therefore, offences on the part of owners of online gambling sites abound.
CCIJ is a non-profit organization that monitors the legal status of online gambling and other digital businesses in Canada. Our team protects players, operators, and taxpayers alike by coordinating with government regulators, law enforcement officials and industry groups to counteract cybercrime.
CCIJ monitors the legality of online gambling and digital content. In addition, we provide advice to all users of online gaming and the Internet in general on how they can protect their money and personal information from fraudsters and identity thieves. We also prevent various types of online fraud, including suspect or fake companies, rigged games, phishing attacks, spam emails, social engineering, and hardware/software piracy.
Our community works across all of Canada. The organization consists of legal, cybersecurity, online gambling and finance experts, as well as volunteers.
“We believe that it is time for Canadians to have some Internet justice.”
Founder, CEO of CCIJ
Our organization is committed to reducing fraud in online business, including online gambling. Our first step is to involve the legal community and all Canadians in general actively.
prevent fake companies
Business fraud and how to prevent it
prevent rigged games
Security In Online Casinos
prevent phishing attacks
How To Recognize and Avoid Phishing Scams
prevent spam emails
How to Stop Spam Email