The Marks v. Crunch appeal was just published a moment ago, and the Ninth Circuit has weighed in on the definition of an ATDS. Held:
[T]he statutory definition of ATDS includes a device that stores telephone numbers to be called, whether or not those numbers have been generated by a random or sequential number generator.
Our in-depth analysis of the case is now available here. More coverage is coming so check back to TCPAland.com often.