In ACA International, et al. v. Federal Communications Commission and United States, the FCC filed an answering brief Friday with United States Courts of Appeals for the DC Circuit, impacting the use of auto-dialers for debt collection.

The FCC is trying to preserve its July 2015 Declaratory Ruling and Order on the Telephone Consumer Protection Act against a challenge by ACA International.  In the brief, the FCC argued that recent Congressional reforms to the TCPA – which would allow the use of modern dialing technology to collect government-related debt – support its interpretation of the Act.

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