Ohioans can block phone solicitations even from companies that they do business with, the Ohio Supreme Court has ruled in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act case. The court referred to the Federal Communication Commission's discussion of its rules in holding that a business may not make telephone solicitations to an existing or former customer who has asked to be placed on that company's do-not-call list.
Ohio Supreme Court Says Telemarketers Must Yield When Asked
The National Law Journal
July 8, 2002
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