Re: DNC: is anyone going after violators?
- From: Shawn Hirn <srhi@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 04 Sep 2005 11:25:32 -0400
In article <QbYRe.3781$v83.1949@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
"bat" <bat@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> S> Perhaps not read by a human. But they are probably collected and then
> S> analyzed by a computer which spits out a report saying things like:
> S> XYZ Inc, located in Biloxi violated the law 5,439 times
> S> TRG Co, located in Memphis violated the law 5,123 times
> S> WRWEE co, located in Boise violated the law 5,008 times
> I wonder when will we see the same approach to our speed and parking
> violations. With a reasonably high threshold.
> Seriously speaking, I think BBB or similar agency might be maintaining the
> statistics; but do-not-call list is associated with a _law_, and isn't the
> violation of the law supposed to be prosecuted on 1st occurence?
Yes, and I have no idea how rigorous the do not call law is, but since
it went into effect, I have not received one single call from anyone
who's bound by that law.
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