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Spam Calls Are Declining?

Last month I read two articles online that claimed the number of spam phone calls were going down, thanks to the coronavirus.  The articles were on websites that I would consider reputable. 373 more words

Reflections

Coronavirus pandemic claims another victim: Robocalls

NEW YORK — Have you been missing something amid the lockdowns and stay-at-home orders? No, not human contact. Not even toilet paper.

Robocalls.

Industry experts say robocalls are way down — scam calls as well as nagging from your credit card company to pay your bill. 449 more words

Health

FTC-FCC warning letters suggest a different kind of distancing

Agencies Target Companies Routing Scam Robocalls to Consumers about Fake
COVID-19-Related Refunds, Loan Reductions, and Social Security Threats

May 20, 2020—The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) demanded that gateway providers allowing COVID-19 pandemic-related scam robocalls into the United States cut off this traffic or face serious consequences.  634 more words

News & Events

Is There a Constitutional Right to Make Robocalls? | WIRED

THE SUPREME COURT has produced many memorable moments in its 231-year history, but today was surely the first time a toilet audibly flushed in the background during oral arguments. 128 more words

Tools And Information

Supreme Court hears robocall case, flushes toilet

HELLO! This is the U.S. Supreme Court reminding you that even in these difficult times we continue to supply you with the same high quality products we’ve been proudly serving up for the last 200 years. 144 more words

Law & Parody

Why This TCPA Case Matters To Your Credit Union

The Supreme Court yesterday heard a case challenging the constitutionality of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). If press reports are accurate, the justices seem as confused about the TCPA as every business and credit union that has struggled with its restrictions. 289 more words

Regulatory