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FCC’s Plans for Reassigned Numbers Database Delayed

FCC’s Plans for Reassigned Numbers Database Delayed

The Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC’s) plan to establish a single reassigned numbers database has been delayed until next year. In December 2018, the FCC adopted the rule creating a reassigned numbers database which would be administered by a third party....

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Pizza Hut Franchisees to Pay $6M in TCPA Class Action

Pizza Hut Franchisees to Pay $6M in TCPA Class Action

Multiple Pizza Hut franchisees have agreed to pay a total of $6 million in a TCPA class action for allegedly texting unsolicited advertisements to cellphone subscribers in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). The franchisees – ADF MidAtlantic,...

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Cruise Lines Settle $12.5M TCPA Deal

Cruise Lines Settle $12.5M TCPA Deal

TCPA Deal Three cruise lines have settled a $12.5 million deal over an Illinois-based travel agency’s marketing robocalls to consumers in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). The settlement was approved on Monday for Carnival, Royal Caribbean,...

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FTC Releases DNC Data Registry Book 2019

FTC Releases DNC Data Registry Book 2019

On Thursday the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released the National Do Not Call Registry Data Book for FY 2019, revealing that the number of active registrations on the National Do Not Call (DNC) Registry increased over the past year. Notably, the DNC Data Registry...

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TCPA Texting Class Action Dismissed

TCPA Texting Class Action Dismissed

TCPA Texting Class Action The Eastern District of Washington dismissed a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action against Springbig, Inc., a text message platform provider, because the complaint failed to prove that the company “was the maker or initiator...

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California Senate Approves Consumer Call Protection Act

California Senate Approves Consumer Call Protection Act

Consumer Call Protection Act The California State Senate has approved the Consumer Call Protection Act of 2019, SB-208. The bill aims to protect consumers from unsolicited robocalls and enact provisions supported by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) into...

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Autodialer Dispute: $6M TCPA Deal Rejected

Autodialer Dispute: $6M TCPA Deal Rejected

TCPA Autodialer Dispute On Wednesday a Washington federal court rejected a $6 million deal to resolve a class action suit due to a lack of “clarity” over the scope of an automated telephone dialing system (ATDS). In the suit, referral service A Place For Mom Inc. is...

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Attorneys Seek $89M in TCPA Robocall Class Action

Attorneys Seek $89M in TCPA Robocall Class Action

TCPA Robocall Class Action Fines Bursor & Fisher PA is asking for $89 million in fees after winning a $267 million judgement in a debt collection Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) robocall class action. The attorneys asked a California federal court to...

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Debt Collector Fined $267M for Illegal Robocalls

Debt Collector Fined $267M for Illegal Robocalls

Unsolicited Debt Collection Robocalls Debt collection agency Rash Curtis & Associates is facing a $267 million judgment after being found liable for making over 534,000 illegal robocalls to consumers in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)....

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