No more unwanted marketing calls or new rules when changing ISPs. This must be ensured, among other things Amending the Electronic Communications Lawapproved by the House of Representatives today. The law was passed despite the rejection of the senators who reinstated the amendment to the House of Representatives with several amendments. Because in the end it was 137 deputies101 votes were needed to vote for the Senate.
Editing transmits news from European code for electronic communications. NSFor example, obligations of Internet connection providers in a situation where the customer switches to another Internet service provider. According to the amendment, the abandoned provider must provide the customer with “… continuity of the services provided, if this is technically feasible.”
At the request of the customer, the new ISP (the recipient) will also be able to change the provider – similar to how it works for mobile operators today. If the user uses this service, the leaving provider must provide services until the moment of switching to a new Internet service provider. The amendment states that “interruption of service during a change of Internet access service provider may not exceed one business day.”
The mod also contains changes to reduce unwanted marketing calls. As per the amendment, companies will not be allowed to contact anyone who has not given their express prior consent (similarly, this day works for email marketing). Until now, the opposite principle has been applied – a user who does not want marketing phone calls should disagree with them and enter them into the official list.
The amendment bill did not originally pass the Senate. elders about him He returned to the House of Representatives with three amendments. Among other things, they wanted to delete the new rules for marketing calls. Today, however, the House of Representatives rejected the Senate’s proposals and approved the amendments in the original parliamentary version. The amendment was not signed by the President.
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