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.
FCC v. Telephone Research Common Sense, Part II: What the FCC is doing on telephone research and what is next
FCC v. Telephone Research Common Sense: New rules could block most calls, make compliance more complicated, and invite more class action lawsuits
On June 18, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on new regulations that could seriously harm survey, opinion and marketing research conducted by phone.
Call-Blocking Technology Could Block Marketing Research Calls, Even Though Intended to Fight Telemarketing Robocalls
Should telephone companies be allowed to block certain calls -- and would some of those calls be survey, opinion and marketing research calls?
Last Updated:April 15, 2015
In addition to existing federal disclosure requirements for survey, opinion and marketing researchers making use of artificial or prerecorded voice calls, Congress and state legislatures often consider legislation that would further restrict, or even outlaw, such calls.
Alabama now requires sponsorship disclosure from automated political calls and political "robopolls"
Alabama will now require automated political calls, including those for survey and opinion research purposes, to disclose their sponsors. On May 15, S.B.