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Justices Struggle with Autodialer Definition in Facebook Row

Carlton Fields telecommunications attorney Aaron Weiss was featured in a Law360 article, “Justices Struggle with Autodialer Definition in Facebook Row,” about what the Supreme Court constitutes as an autodialer under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

The case centers closely on the interpretation of an automatic telephone dialing system. The plaintiff’s party argues that an autodialer is any system that can simply store and dial numbers, while defendant Facebook favors a narrower definition.

Weiss shares that both sides have things they could “hang their hats on” as they await a decision.

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