Aug 282014
 August 28, 2014  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S.

Robert H. Newman and Joanna F. Cornwell write:

Argentina recently finalized a federal Do Not Call Registry statute,  Law No. 26951  (available in Spanish), under which the national data protection authority (the National Directorate of Personal Data Protection) has until early November to put out implementing regulations. Individuals can register home phone numbers as well as cell phone numbers on the registry. Numbers on the registry cannot be called by those seeking to sell products or services, although the law does permit  inter alia < calls where the company and the individual have a pre-existing business relationship.

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