July 31, 2018
Last month, a group of 14 United States Senators from the Democratic Party sent a letter (the “Letter”) to the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) in response to two (2) FCC Public Notices seeking comments on a proposed rulemaking concerning certain provisions of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”). The Letter urges the FCC to adopt consumer-friendly protections with respect to three key TCPA law topics: (1) the definition of automatic telephone dialing system (“ATDS”); (2) the interpretation of “called party”; and (3) revocation of consent to be called.
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