The legal reasoning, if you can call it that, about the Do Not Call registry is really getting out of hand. Late yesterday another federal court, this time in Denver, held that the FTC’s actions were invalid and blocked the list from going into effect. [msnbc.com]. The Denver court based its judgment on the First Amendment, concluding that “the FTC’s do-not-call registry does not materially advance its interest in protecting privacy or curbing abusive telemarketing practices.”
Beam me up, Scotty, there’s no intelligent life on this planet.