SECTION 16-17-446. Regulation of automatically dialed announcing device (ADAD).
(A) "Adad" means an automatically dialed announcing device
which delivers a recorded message without assistance by a live operator
for the purpose of making an unsolicited consumer telephone call as
defined in Section 16-17-445(A)(3). Adad calls include automatically
announced calls of a political nature including, but not limited to,
calls relating to political campaigns.
(B) Adad calls are prohibited except:
(1) in response to an express request of the person called;
(2) when primarily connected with an existing debt or contract, payment
or performance of which has not been completed at the time of the call;
(3) in response to a person with whom the telephone solicitor has an
existing business relationship or has had a previous business
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