On July 18, 2015 the FTC published a declaratory ruling in response to questions from the telecommunications, telemarketing, and receivables management industries.
This ruling was intended to provide direction and clarity around the definition and use of technology used in contacting consumers; however, many felt this ruling in fact muddied the waters further.
What follows is a Q & A from a webinar we produced. We’ve allowed the original panelists the opportunity to update and change their answers to reflect evolving best practices.
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