“Manufactured” TCPA Suit Fails For Lack of Standing

Violate the TCPA?–Duguid v. Facebook TCPA Claim Against Non-Sender Fails Third Circuit Revives TCPA Case Against Yahoo Court Rejects TCPA Claim on the Basis of Implied Consent Recent FCC Order…

Will the Spokeo v. Robins Supreme Court Ruling Favor Plaintiffs Or Defendants? Uh…

…much of an effect on TCPA cases. In any event, there is a lot of language in Justice Alito’s opinion that supports a narrow(ish) view of privacy harm. Eric’s Comments:…

Does Two-Factor Authentication Violate the TCPA?–Duguid v. Facebook

complaint. Related posts: TCPA Claim Against Non-Sender Fails Group Text Services Grapple with TCPA Class Actions Debt Collection Text May Result in Liability under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act —…

TCPA Claim Against Non-Sender Fails

a closer look at TCPA cases. This is a good example of a court taking an unsympathetic view of what looks like a run-of-the-mill TCPA claim. The plaintiffs here are…

Third Circuit Revives TCPA Case Against Yahoo

…reassignment issue was also worth noting. Case citation: Dominguez v. Yahoo, Inc., No. 14-1751 (3d Cir. Oct. 23, 2015) Related posts: Recent FCC Order Helps Shopkick Defeat TCPA Claims TCPA

Court Rejects TCPA Claim on the Basis of Implied Consent

…Shopkick Defeat TCPA Claims TCPA Claim Against Taco Bell Fails For Lack of Agency TCPA Claim Over Yahoo!’s IM to SMS Messaging Survives Summary Judgment Confirmatory Opt-out Text Message Not…

Recent FCC Order Helps Shopkick Defeat TCPA Claims

Opt-Out Text Message Doesn’t Violate TCPA – Ibey v. Taco Bell Group Text Services Grapple with TCPA Class Actions Court Rejects Constitutional Challenge to TCPA Based on Vagueness in “Prior…

Sixth Circuit Says Informational Fax Isn’t an “Ad”–Sandusky v. Medco

…faxes to Sandusky Wellness Center, a health care provider, advising that many Sandusky patients had adopted Medco’s formulary, and encouraging Sandusky to prescribe “plan-preferred drugs”. Sandusky sued under the TCPA,…

The “Browsewrap”/”Clickwrap” Distinction Is Falling Apart

…or using the site or service [the customer] agree[s] to be legally bound by the agreement. Knutson received a few telemarketing calls during the trial period and sued, asserting TCPA

Catching Up on Section 230 Cases From the Past 18 Months

…(S.D. Cal. Feb. 3, 2014). This is a TCPA text message case. Yahoo took an aggressive position that it qualified for Section 230(c)(2) because it sent an initial notification message…