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Google Makes it Easier for Smartphone Users to Record Calls

Google is making it easier for users of its smartphones, especially those using Pixel 4 phones, to record calls. Google announced last week that it is not automatically screening calls for anyone using its Pixel 4 devices. The feature has been added to Google’s “Call Screen” product, and will now …

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Former Agency Owner, ACA President, Passes Away

Leon Snyder, a former president of ACA International who founded Credit Adjustment Bureau of Baltimore, passed away on Nov. 25. He was 95. Snyder, who worked until he was 82 according to an obituary, founded the agency out of his home in 1958 with his wife, Beatrice, after spending time …

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Compliance Digest – December 16

Every week, AccountsRecovery.net brings you the most important news in the industry. But, with compliance-related articles, context is king. That’s why the brightest and most knowledgable compliance experts are sought to offer their perspectives and insights into the most important news of the day. Read on to hear what the …

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RCM Provider Announces PHI of 16,000 People Possibly Exposed

A revenue cycle management company in Pennsylvania has announced that the protected health information of nearly 18,000 individuals was compromised following unauthorized access to a company email account. Healthcare Administrative Partners announced the breach earlier this week, but it actually occurred back in June. The company became aware of suspicious …

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Judge Grants MSJ For Defendant in FDCPA Case Over Disputed Debt

A District Court judge in Texas has granted a defendant’s motion for summary judgment after it did exactly what it was supposed to do when an individual disputed a debt yet still chose to file suit alleging the defendant violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by communicating information that …

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FCC Amends TCPA To Exclude Faxes Sent to Online Services

Not that a lot of collectors are sending faxes to try and collect, but it is worth noting that the Federal Communications Commission earlier this week announced that faxes sent to an online fax service are not subject to the provisions of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. The FCC’s Consumer …

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