National Do Not Call Registry

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The National Do Not Call Registry is a database maintained by the United States federal government, listing the telephone numbers of individuals and families who have requested that telemarketers not contact them.wikipedia
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Robocall

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Separate laws and regulations apply to robocalls in the United States.
Political robocalls are exempt from the United States National Do Not Call Registry.

Federal Trade Commission

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On June 27, 2003, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) opened the National Do Not Call Registry in order to comply with the Do-Not-Call Implementation Act of 2003 (, was, and codified at et. seq.), sponsored by Representatives Billy Tauzin and John Dingell and signed into law by President George W. Bush on March 11, 2003.
Areas of principal concern for this bureau are: advertising and marketing, financial products and practices, telemarketing fraud, privacy and identity protection, etc. The bureau also is responsible for the United States National Do Not Call Registry.

Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991

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The law established the FTC's National Do Not Call Registry in order to facilitate compliance with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991.
Requires solicitors honor the National Do Not Call Registry.

Teleblock

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TeleBlock is a software program that automatically screens and blocks outbound calls against available federal, state, wireless, third party, and in-house Do-Not-Call (DNC) lists.

Sprint Corporation

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In May 2014 Sprint Corporation was fined a record $7.5 million for failing to honor requests by consumers to opt out of receiving telemarketing calls and texts.
American consumers have had the option of nominating not to receive telemarketing calls and texts since 2003, by placing their names on the National Do Not Call Registry.

Do Not Call Register

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National Do Not Call Registry (United States)

Robinson list

Robinson list, an opt-out list of people who do not wish to receive marketing calls
United States National Do Not Call Registry

Telemarketing

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The National Do Not Call Registry is a database maintained by the United States federal government, listing the telephone numbers of individuals and families who have requested that telemarketers not contact them.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has implemented a National Do Not Call Registry in an attempt to reduce intrusive telemarketing nationwide.

National Do Not Call List

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National Do Not Call List (Canada)
National Do Not Call Registry (United States)

Opt-out

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The U.S. Federal Government created the National Do Not Call Registry to reduce the telemarketing calls consumers receive at home.

Sara Gagliardi

Democratic Representative Sara Gagliardi
HB-1303 was a measure to create a statewide "no-junk-mail" registry, similar to the successful National Do Not Call Registry.

CAN-SPAM Act of 2003

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CAN-SPAM allows the FTC to implement a national do-not-email list similar to the FTC's popular National Do Not Call Registry against telemarketing, or to report back to Congress why the creation of such a list is not currently feasible.

Political positions of Ron Paul

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Paul was one of only eight members of the entire Congress who voted to block implementation of the National Do Not Call Registry act, which prohibits telemarketers from telephoning those who have opted out of receiving such advertising.

Tim Ryan (politician)

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In his first year in office, Ryan was one of seven members of Congress who voted against the Do-Not-Call Implementation Act, and one of 8 Congressmen who opposed ratification of FTC's establishment of a National Do Not Call Registry.

New York State Consumer Protection Board

Counsel, Policy and Research Bureau oversees the agency's legal functions, including enforcement of the state's Do not call law. In 2006, the Board added 1.3 million resident phone numbers to the United States National Do Not Call Registry and reached settlements with 58 telemarketers in response to consumer complaints, collecting over $350,000 in fines.

Federal Trade Commission Building

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Over the years, the FTC's responsibilities expanded to include the enforcement of credit laws, oversight of the National Do Not Call Registry, and the development of policies concerning Internet fraud and privacy.

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The strip poked fun at current events in San Francisco, often lampooning such events as the response to Mayor Gavin Newsom's temporary legalization of gay marriage as well as national events such as the National Do Not Call Registry or Vice President Dick Cheney.

Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003

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This is somewhat similar to the US National Do Not Call Registry.

Cold calling

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These lists are based off the national US Do Not Call List which was enacted in 2003.