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CASL Update: What You Need to Know for Obtaining Express Consent

By Paul Gipson

As mentioned in our previous blog “Canada’s New Anti-Spam Legislation: What Marketers Need to Do to Comply,” the regulations of…

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Do Not Track: Where We Are Now and What’s In Store

By Jordan Eisner

What is DNT? Do-not-track (DNT) is a mechanism that provides consumers the option to deny online service providers and companies…

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Clouds Growing on the Telephone Marketing Horizon

By Ken Sponsler

On Sunday, November 24, the following article was published regarding recent comments made by Sen. Charles Schumer. Senator says government…

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The Class Action Minefield

By Ken Sponsler

Class action lawsuits are on the rise in a big way. Expect to see even more with the recent effective…

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Revisiting the Value Proposition of Compliance

By Ken Sponsler

Compliance Cost Factors The Federal Trade Commission continues to announce settlement actions with companies regarding Do Not Call and pre-recorded…

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Does “Capacity” Really Define an ATDS?

By Matt Cagle

If you are reading this post, I’m sure you are already aware that, effective October 16, 2013, any telemarketing call…

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Registering as a Telemarketer: Does it put you on the State’s Radar?

By Matt Cagle

Registering as a telemarketer is a requirement that often goes overlooked when companies are trying to ensure compliance with the…

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Wireless Consent: Specific Preference Requirements Must be Met

By Ken Sponsler

The October 16th effective date for the new Prior Express Written Consent requirements to call for solicitation purposes, any mobile…

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