A federal judge in California District Court recently issued an order denying AT&T’s motion to dismiss the FTC’s lawsuit against the company.
The Federal Trade Commission has been especially busy lately in its attempts to put an end to abusive and annoying robocalls.
The FTC has announced that TracFone, the largest prepaid mobile provider in the United States, has agreed to pay $40 million to FTC for data “throttling.”
On Friday, the Ninth Circuit held that a marketing company could be liable under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) for unauthorized texts sent by a third party. (Texts count as “calls” under the TCPA.) In Gomez v. Campbell-Ewald Co., the U. S. Navy contracted with Campbell-Ewald, a marketing consultant, on a multimedia recruiting campaign. […]