H.R.3035 - Mobile Informational Call Act of 2011

To amend the Communications Act of 1934 to permit informational calls to mobile telephone numbers, and for other purposes. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: To amend the Communications Act of 1934 to permit informational calls to mobile telephone numbers, and for other purposes. as introduced.
  • Short: Mobile Informational Call Act of 2011 as introduced.

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LupronVictim 10/02/2011 7:02pm

Robot calls are harassment and nuisance. Many robot calls are scam, fraud.
Again, a Republican threatens to make our lives more miserable. $$$$$$$$$ is never enough for this greedy sytem. Many people are sooooo pissed off by all these bad news and lobbying. Greed of the corporations (minority) create unnecessary suffering for our people (majority). People already struggle, then companies decided to devote their “careers” to make our lives more miserable.
We don’t have billions of dollars to influence Congress with “donations”. We only have the truth, justice, common sense and our people on our side.

TadsDad 10/01/2011 1:13pm

Who would support this? They should ban robo-calls altogether, not allow them to use up my minutes.

Pwdrskir 10/03/2011 8:55pm

This is the Not acceptable.
Stop this Bill! I do not want my cell phone minutes “wasted” by a Robocall.

TadsDad 10/01/2011 1:13pm

Who would support this? They should ban robo-calls altogether, not all them to use up my minutes.

walker7 12/20/2011 7:41pm

Congratulations!!!!!! You defeated this bill. Give yourselves a hand!

Next up on the chopping block is SOPA, followed by PIPA and S.978.

jschleappi 09/29/2011 1:29pm

From Slashdot

“While many hoaxes have circulated in the past about cell phone numbers being opened up to telemarketers, it now may actually happen. A bill, HR 3035 (PDF), has been introduced in Congress, that would create numerous exceptions to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which banned autodialed and prerecorded robot calls to cell phone numbers. If passed, HR 3035 would permit a wide range of autodialed and prerecorded calls to cell phones that are currently prohibited, and would preempt practically all state laws providing similar protections. This is being applauded by debt collectors and banks (PDF) … as if the bailouts weren’t enough, now they get to make you pay for their calls to you.”


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