FCC Approves Declaratory Ruling As predicted, the FCC voted today to approve a Declaratory Ruling to affirm that telephone service providers may, as the default, block unwanted calls based on reasonable call an...More About "FCC Approves Declaratory Ruling, Carriers May Block Calls by Default"
Louisiana has lifted the State of Emergency telephonic solicitation ban due to Tropical Storm Gordon, effective immediately. The Louisiana Public Service Commission (LSPC) has been released from its report to...More About "Louisiana Lifts State of Emergency Solicitation Ban – September 6, 2018"
Louisiana State of Emergency Solicitation Ban Please be aware that the state of Louisiana has issued a State of Emergency solicitation ban due to Tropical Storm Gordon. The Louisiana Public Service Commission...More About "Tropical Storm Gordon: Louisiana State of Emergency Solicitation Ban"
In its ninth publication, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued the National Do Not Call Registry Data Book for Fiscal Year 2017. The National Do Not Call Registry allows consumers to choose to not rece...More About "The FTC Releases National Do Not Call Registry Data Book for 2017"
The Government is Serious About TCPA Violations! The Los Angeles Lakers were looking for the assist from its insurance company after it allegedly violated the TCPA. But, the Ninth Circuit blocked the shot. Duri...More About "Lakers’ Insurance Refuses to Cover Team in TCPA Lawsuit"
Does Your Company Know All TCPA Compliance Regulations? One call could be all it takes for your company to find itself in the middle of a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) lawsuit. Under the TCPA, an ind...More About "One Unanswered Call is all it Takes to Violate TCPA"
Bank of America is out almost $2 million after settling a civil case involving several court systems in California. According to the Ventura District Attorney’s Office, Bank of America violated California’s...More About "Bank of America to Pay Nearly $2M in Call Recording Violations"
President Trump plans to nominate a former Federal Communication Commissioner to serve again. Jessica Rosenworcel (D) started working as a commissioner in 2012 but left early 2017 after the Senate did not confi...More About "Trump Nominates Former FCC Commissioner to Serve Again"
The fines just keep adding up for DISH Network. This time a court ruled the satellite provider now owes nearly $300 million for violating FTC rules. In January, a judge ruled DISH invaded thousands of consumers...More About "A Satellite Provider Ordered to Dish More Cash After Violating Law"
After just being sued for more than $20 million, DISH Network will now pay up again. In January, a jury decided DISH was responsible for the actions of an independent retailer, Satellite Systems Network, illeg...More About "DISH Ordered to Pay More Than Triple the Amount Originally Sued For"
An FCC Commissioner is saying enough is enough and is pushing for “clear and rational” reforms to the Telephone Consumer Protect Act. Republican, Michael O’Rielly, is now urging for change and for the FCC...More About "An FCC Commissioner Pushes for Change"
DISH Network will pay more than $20 million after a North Carolina jury found it violated National Do-Not-Call rules brought under TCPA. After a five day, trial the Greensboro-based jury sided with Dr. Thomas K...More About "DISH Network Fined $20M for TCPA Violations of Retailers"