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New FCC Proceeding Seeks Comment on Potential Exemptions to Telemarketing, Autodialer, and Prerecorded Message Restrictions

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued a Public Notice seeking comment on a Petition for Expedited Clarification and Declaratory Ruling (Petition) filed by Global Tel*Link Corporation (Global Tel) regarding its outbound calling practices.  The Petition raises several key issues under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and related FCC rules, including whether certain calls (e.g., […]

Posted in Consumer Privacy, Cybersecurity & Data Breaches

FCC Seeks Comment on Numerous Broadband Privacy Issues

The Federal Communications Commission released a Public Notice this week seeking further comment on numerous privacy issues as part of its National Broadband Plan proceeding.  Based on questions raised in a recent Center for Democracy & Technology filing, some of the broad issues that the Notice seeks comment on include: Consumer expectations of privacy, and how to […]