Monday, December 27, 2004

No-call rule's hit less than feared

No-call rule's hit less than feared: "No-call rule's hit less than feared
But telemarketers cut jobs and newspapers have lost subscribers.
By David Ho
Palm Bach Post-Cox News Service
Monday, December 27, 2004
WASHINGTON � The telemarketers' vision of the national do-not-call list's aftermath was apocalyptic: millions out of work and billions in lost sales rippling through the economy.
More than a year after the free government service for blocking telemarketing calls went into effect, the result is not as bleak as industry officials had predicted."

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