Something about December always makes me nostalgic. Maybe its the short days, the cold nights and the warm drinks but I always fancy a walk or two down memory lane this time of year. The recent decision of Phan v. Agoda, Case No. 16-cv-07243, 2018 WL 6591800 (N.D. Cal. Dec. […]
(You listening to the Ramble this December) This is it. Womble Bond Dickinson’s hilarious and informative TCPA podcast the Ramble–hosted by the great and powerful Czar of TCPAland–is off for winter break! The season’s final episode of the Ramble is available now (or really really soon)!–right here. (Fair warning I […]
Lest anyone think TCPAland isn’t fraught with peril for unwary defendants, let me tell you a quick tale. Citibank is facing TCPA class litigation in the Northern District of California–yes the same Citibank that so recently defeated certification of a TCPA case in Illinois– and was recently compelled […]
All right TCPAland, its official. The FCC has adopted and implemented its new rules regarding the creation of a *cough* reassigned number *cough* database. The rule is designed to cut down on wrong number robocalls and is available here. Here is TCPAland.com’s official top 10 take aways that […]
Here it is: Final Recycled Number Database Order Analysis here. You must read this.
Little known fact: the TCPA is just a tiny little part of something much bigger and more complex called the Communications Act of 1934, as amended by Telecom Act of 1996 (which the FCC loves to just call the “Communications Act.”) And yes, I know the TCPA was […]
I can always count on the TCPAland faithful to keep me honest. To wit: an eagle-eyed reader sent me the following comment today: Eric – Yesterday you said “Notice that the FCC specifically and expressly refuses to opine how the use of the database might cut down on […]
As expected we saw some big robocall news out of D.C. this morning. The FCC has made two rulings today that will impact American cell phones users in a big way. First, the FCC confirmed that text messages remain “information services” and not “telecommunications services.” Had the FCC […]