Some quick links to start your Tuesday. CBE Group defeats class-action status in TCPA lawsuit … MasterCard is rolling out “selfie security” for purchases … More worries about the effects of higher minimum wages … A porn app that takes pictures of you while you’re using it and then demands a ransom … Four ways that big data will change every business … The most endangered jobs in the U.S. … What you can do tonight to jumpstart tomorrow.
- A Connecticut Police Department is looking for a collection agency to help collect on unpaid parking tickets. The current value of unpaid tickets is more than $30,000.
- Sen. Sherrod Brown [D-Ohio] is not giving up on his campaign to rid the world of zombie debt.
- PACE, the Professional Association for Customer Engagement, is hosting a TCPA event in Washington, D.C., later this month. PACE is one of the groups suing the Federal Communications Commission for the changes the agency made to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. On tap to speak at the event is FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly and Jessica Rich from the Federal Trade Commission.
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