Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) was signed into law in 1991 to curb the increase of annoying telemarketing practices. Though technology has rapidly evolved since then, the law has not. Congress and the FCC must update and clarify the TCPA to modernize the statute to protect businesses from the frivolous lawsuits from being filed under this outdated law.

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FCC Comments on Text Message Transmitted Through An ATDS

These comments ask the Federal Communications Commission confirm that a business may clarify, in an opt-out confirmation message to the recipient, the scope of the recipient’s opt-out request…

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