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Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Telemarketers will not be allowed to use pre-recorded messages in calls to New York State residents and, if they do, they could have their company registration revoked.

Governor Andrew Cuomo today signed a measure into law that gives the Department of State the authority to ban from the state telemarketing companies that violate the law.

When signed the bill into law Cuomo said the calls are intrusive and irritating.
The law goes into effect in 90 days, but does not include automated calls for political campaigns.

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