FCC v. Telephone Research Common Sense: New rules could block most calls, make compliance more complicated, and invite more class action lawsuits

FCC v. Telephone Research Common Sense: New rules could block most calls, make compliance more complicated, and invite more class action lawsuits

Chairman Wheeler has proposed that the FCC: (1) authorize call-blocking technology; (2) broaden the definition of an autodialer; (3) require that the express prior consent for autodialer calls to cell phones be written; (4) penalize calling cell phones that have been reassigned to new users; and (5) potentially extend the telemarketing opt out rules to non-telemarketing calls using autodialers. Wheeler said that the rules would be voted on all together at the Commission meeting on June 18.

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