In FCC comments in support of a TCPA petition, Insights Association member J.D. Power asserted that "the line between research and marketing is taken seriously and policed closely."
File FCC Comments Before You Leave for Vacation, to Differentiate Marketing from Marketing Research in the TCPA
Recent comments to the FCC from Marketing Systems Group (MSG) in support of TCPA reform
Comments from member John Couvillon on how the FCC should reform the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)
FCC Needs to Clarify TCPA Autodialer Definition: Insights Association Comments to the FCC with the A to Z Communications Coalition
The recent DC Circuit Court decision rejecting the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)'s 2015 Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) rules presents an opportunity for the FCC to "correct its course" and "refocus" the TCPA on "actual abusive marketing practices."
Petition Urges FCC to Clarify TCPA Definition of an Autodialer in Response to Circuit Court Decision
The Insights Association joined a recent FCC petition to clarify the most impactful piece of the TCPA: what constitutes an autodialer.
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 Communictions Commission (FCC) has refined their proposal for a database solution to the problem of calls to reassigned cell phone numbers, which subject recipients "of the reassigned number to annoyance and wastes the time and effort of the caller while potentially subjecting the caller to liability."