11 April 2014
Consumers can register their phone numbers on the Do Not Call ("DNC") registry if they don't want to receive telemarketing calls, text messages or, more rarely, faxes. Notwithstanding such registration, organisations can still conduct telemarketing to DNC-registered phone numbers if they first obtain "clear and unambiguous consent".
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10 April 2014
As the Do Not Call ("DNC") Registry provisions of the Personal Data Protection Act 2012 ("PDPA") come into force, many business-to-consumer marketing departments are faced with the problem of ensuring that existing customer telemarketing databases are DNC-compliant. In order to contact consumers who have registered with the DNC Registry via telemarketing, businesses must obtain "clear and unambiguous consent".
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