Thursday, December 02, 2004 | News | Article | News | Article: "Privacy Group Decries 'Loophole' for Prerecorded Messages
A privacy group said a proposal to let prerecorded telemarketing messages be sent to existing customers -- a practice that has been legal for years -- would create a 'loophole' in the national no-call list.
In a Nov. 18 newsletter, the Electronic Privacy Information Center said it would file comments with the Federal Trade Commission against the proposal and encouraged others to do so. The proposal, initiated by the FTC in response to a telemarketer's petition, would clarify a conflict between FTC and Federal Communications Commission "

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