In Compliance: Holtzman Vogel's February 2024 Round-up

The FCC issued a Declaratory Ruling on February 8 to ensure that telephone calls that use artificial intelligence (AI) to generate or mimic human voices are treated as “robocalls” for purposes of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). The TCPA’s robocall rules generally prohibit placing commercial (telemarketing) robocalls to landlines, and all robocalls to wireless numbers, unless the caller has prior express consent or another exception applies.

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