'Do Not Call' List Permanent?


Posted February 8, 2008 - By Stephen Johnson

You know how you hate being called by telemarketers when you're at home  eating dinner or nodding on Methadone? And so you go to a website and register your phone number and then no businesses can call you? But then you find out the "don't call me!" spell wears out after five years (as if, maybe in five years you'll want someone to sell you new windows at dinnertime), so you have to re-register? You know all that?  If the Congress has its way, the list will be permanent.

The bill to extend the Do Not Call Registry into perpetuity and allow you to switch phone numbers without re-registering has been fast-tracked through Congress and the next step is Bush's pen signing it into law.

So, readers, what do you think? Do you think the president going to sign the law extending the Do Not Call list? Do you think he should?

Arstechnica: Do Not Call Registry extension fast-tracked to the President

'Do Not Call' List Permanent?


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