With a state of emergency being called in many jurisdictions across the United States, does that mean you can't make telephone research calls?
Telephone Research Requires Transparency and Accountability from Call Blocking and Labeling, Insights Association Tells FCC
Decrying the "current opaque and unaccountable telephone environment," the Insights Association urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) "to make transparency and redress a priority, since
A (data) gathering storm? An update on legislation and regulation impacting the insights industry in 2019
Insights Association lobbyist Howard Fienberg provides a 2019 update on legislation and regulation impacting the marketing research and data analytics industry for Quirks magazine.
As a lack of transparency and redress in call blocking and labeling are potentially clobbering telephone research, a key advisory group told the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that those principles will be important in helping consumers, too
Insights Association comments to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on proposed regulations requiring call blocking across the U.S.
The Insights Association contributes to Research Business Report's 24th Annual Predictions Issue
April meetings with staff for Commissioners at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to discuss TCPA reform, call blocking and tagging, and the Insights Association/AAPOR petition on the differentiation of telemarketing from market research.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should require voice service providers and call blocking service providers to check a white list of legitimate dialers before blocking a telephone number, according to comments from a leading research association.
Call-blocking is already happening, so what can we do about it?
New U.S. Restrictions on Telephone Research Prompt Risk Management Debate: Do the new TCPA rules mean you should junk your autodialer?
New rules for telephone research from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) have dramatically raised the liability risks for telephone survey, opinion and marketing research in the U.S., causing some research companies to go so far in response as to discard most of their dialing equipment.