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Calif. Gov. Signs Anti-Robocall Bill into Law

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed into law an anti-robocall bill called the Consumer Call Protection Act of 2019 that aims to eliminate neighbor spoofing, requires carriers to adopt SHAKEN/STIR protocols, and bolsters the state’s enforcement against alleged robocalls. Under the law, telecom carriers will be required to deploy SHAKEN/STIR …

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N.J. Judge Dismisses FDCPA Case About Dispute Notice

A District Court judge in New Jersey has granted a defendant’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit that accused it of violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by sending a letter to the plaintiff that allegedly misled the plaintiff into thinking that the debt could be disputed orally, instead of …

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Trade Group Sues Maine Over Consumer Protection Laws

A trade group representing the three major credit bureaus filed a lawsuit last week against the state of Maine challenging a new law that, among other things, prevents furnishers, such as collection agencies, from reporting unpaid medical debts for at least 180 days. The Consumer Data Industry Association argues that …

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