December 30, 2011 •
Requiring a live operator does not violate the right to free speech.
Thursday’s 4-1 decision by the Indiana Supreme Court upholds the Indiana law that restricts automated robocalls.
The court determined that requiring a live operator did not violate the right to free speech.
View the original press release, “State supreme court upholds Indiana robocall law” from the Associated Press.
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