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At the FTC, we consider policy developments or proposed rule changes one rung at a time. An integral step in that process is the public comment period. If you have clients interested in two matters pending at the FTC, they have more time to put pen to paper.

We’ve extended the deadline for public comments about the recent workshop, Big Data: A Tool for Inclusion or Exclusion? to October 31, 2014.  If you couldn’t make it to Washington for the event, watch the video and file an online comment.

Is telemarketing part of your business? Here’s a call you won’t want to miss: the November 13, 2014, extended deadline for letting us know what you think about possible changes to the Telemarketing Sales Rule. It’s easy to upload your comment electronically.

 

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I submitted forwards to the local sheriff regarding illegal and improper cell phone airtime usage and fraudulent automated systems posing as a national carrier, etc. I also file a complaint regarding DISH network. I expected to. E contacted by someone, but I have heard nothing.
Telemarketing main of my business. What will be the changes in the Telemarketing Sales Rule?

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