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Consumers Lose In Robocall Suit

In a split with other circuits, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled Thursday that the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act does not allow consumers to demand that they stop receiving automated calls if they agreed to provisions opting them in. The suit was brought by a car lessee who demanded to no longer be phoned by the car financing company after defaulting on his lease.

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