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10 Do Not Call Compliance Facts for 2019

Keeping your company compliant is not easy as there are numerous compliance laws and regulations at the state and federal level and a single mistake can cost your company thousands, if not millions. Gryphon Networks, the leading compliance solution knows cold calling...

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Proposed Federal Privacy Laws to Protect Consumers

New Federal Privacy Laws This month Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) introduced a bill entitled the “Consumer Data Protection Act” (CDPA) which would establish new protections for consumer information. The bill would give the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) new authority to...

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FCC Pushes for Reassigned Number Database

Proposed Reassigned Number Database FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has called upon fellow commissioners to approve a proposal that would create a comprehensive database for reassigned phone numbers in the U.S. The proposed database would alleviate TCPA risk for companies by...

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Ford Dealership $4.8M Robocall Settlement

TCPA Robocall Settlement Greico Ford Fort Lauderdale LLC is set to pay $4.8 million for sending unwanted automated advertising messages to consumers in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). Greico Ford allegedly sent autodialed text messages and...

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TCPA Settlements Continue Though 2018

TCPA & Robocall Settlements Last week a California federal judge denied a bid by Yelp to defeat a proposed class action accusing the company of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). Yelp allegedly made unauthorized telemarketing calls to consumers,...

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Supreme Court Examining TCPA Litigation

It was announced Tuesday that the Supreme Court will be deciding on the hot topic of whether courts should adhere to the Federal Communications Commission’s interpretation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) when ruling on related cases. The question at...

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Supreme Court Hearing TCPA Fax Suit

Supreme Court Hearing TCPA Fax Suit The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing a case regarding whether a district court was right in its ruling that an unsolicited fax by a health information provider did not violate the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). Carlton &...

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FCC Says Solve Robocall Spoofing Or It Will

On Monday the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) called on the industry to start preventing robocalls within a year — or they will have to step in. This includes establishing a system to prevent robocallers from calling with a false number to make it easier to...

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TCPA Fax Suit: Vet Supply Co. to Pay $6.75M

TCPA Fax Suit A result of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), veterinary products company Heska Corp. is set to pay $6.75 million for sending thousands of unwarranted faxes. The class action suit alleges that Heska sent almost 360,000 faxes to over...

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