While the latest National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) data shows us that 63 percent of American households are only or almost only reachable on their cell phones, the prevalence of people i
MRA, CASRO and others respond to the Federal Communications Commission's legal defense of 2015 TCPA regulations
Our joint brief intervening in the court appeal of
Taking a rare look at the regulatory and legal challenges facing pollsters themselves, Margie and Kristen recently interviewed Howard Fienberg, director of government affairs for the Marketing Research Association (MRA), on the new Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) rules.
Research Leaders File Statement of Issues To Be Raised in Legal Appeal of FCC's New TCPA Regulations
CASRO and MRA lay out their issues with the TCPA in legal appeal
America’s two national associations representing the profession and industry of survey, opinion and marketing research have filed a “motion to intervene” in a court case against new telephone rules
New U.S. Restrictions on Telephone Research Prompt Risk Management Debate: Do the new TCPA rules mean you should junk your autodialer?
New rules for telephone research from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) have dramatically raised the liability risks for telephone survey, opinion and marketing research in the U.S., causing some research companies to go so far in response as to discard most of their dialing equipment.