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King v. Time Warner Cable Inc.

Woman gets 163 messages over the course of a year from her cell phone provider, Time Warner, notifying her she has an overdue balance. Yikes! She’s not in arrears; the calls are meant for some other customer. She explains the issue, but the calls continue. Did Time Warner violate the Telephone Consumer Protection Act? The Second Circuit says no; Time Warner isn’t an autodialer as the statute defines it. The TCPA doesn’t apply.


Tags: 2018, Consumer Protection, Second Circuit, Telephone Consumer Protection Act

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