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The House of Representatives voted 325-91 yesterday to pass the Innovation Act, which will limit the activities of non-practicing entities that stockpile patents for process details and then file frivolous lawsuits looking for settlements from users.
The callers may use the name "End Zone Athletics," police said, or claim to be a marketing company doing pro bono work for the high school.
Two updates have come out on SiriusXM 's most recent legal issues. First, the first of five different lawsuits over royalties will be staying in the state of California.
At least that's the view of Washington State's Marchex Institute, a collection of data scientists and senior analysts who deliver customized reports and insights for clients of the "call marketplace" and "call analytics" sectors.
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United States Attorney Laura E. Duffy today announced the sentencing of two defendants who participated in an Oceanside telemarking operation dubbed 1st American Law Center.
Regulators need to use their powers "far more" to crack down on the companies that make nuisance calls, according to a committee of MPs.
The Federal Trade Commission today issued the National Do Not Call Registry Data Book for Fiscal Year 2013 .
NEW DELHI: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India today issued regulations to encourage telemarketers to register by reducing the registration fees and the security deposit with the service provider.
Shelveen Singh, a lead telemarketer for 1st American Law Center who pleaded guilty to one count of fraud, was sentenced to nine years in prison for his role in the operation.
The ruling overturned a previous judgment by a lower court. Test-Aankoop, a Belgian consumer group, had alleged the weight loss and nutritional supplements firm was operating a pyramid scheme, a claim the company has denied.
The Vernon Police Explorers Post 800 began a fund-raising drive on Monday. The local Explorers have contracted with Chuck Maher Promotions of Shelton to conduct the telemarketing fund-raising drive.
After registration opened at midnight on Sunday, tens of thousands of consumers - who have had to put up with unsolicited phone calls, text messages and faxes from telemarketers - rushed to list their telephone numbers with the Do Not Call Registry.
But the feds call the telemarketing sales pitch bogus and misleading. And last month, they settled charges with the business owners, including a Valley man.