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’Facebook does not violate the TCPA,’ rules Supreme Court

’Facebook does not violate the TCPA,’ rules Supreme Court

The Supreme Court ruled that Facebook text messages do not violate ’laws against unwanted auto-dial calls.’ This ruling comes after Noah Duguid sued Facebook after receiving repeated notifications in the absence of a profile. Duguid claimed that the company violated the 1991 Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). Although an appeals court favored Duguid’s claim, the Supreme Court did not.

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Ryan
Ryan 2 weeks

But the way I read that, it does not allow companies to contact people who have signed up on the federal Do Not Call registry. The registry does not protect you from illegal robocalls coming from other countries (cardmember services...). But I have found that it helps a lot. I do have to renew my entries on it every year or two.

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