It is not surprising that people in our society with high mobility are learning to use 192 million mobile phones today. Users use their mobile phones for 17 million because they are the primary means of contact and 10% of subscribers use their phones as a single phone. Mobile phones have become vital for us to use in emergency situations to protect our personal safety, increase business productivity and social interaction.
Is it a miracle that when email campaigns suggest that a telemarketer that is not controlled by the Wireless 411 Directory will call for free minutes and pay them money to do business, everyone has seen red.
Well, good news. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) says that the rules prohibit any person from using automatic dialers to call cell phone numbers. Automatic dialers are industry standards for telemarketers. This excludes the use of Wireless 411 Directory by telemarketer.
There are still a lot of questions about this issue about the Wireless 411 Directory that started in 2006. But there are answers.
According to a survey by the Pierz Group, 74% of mobile phone users prefer the Wireless 411 Directory if there are privacy options. One of the planned protection is that there will be no physical library, neither printed nor electronic, nor on the Internet. The only access to the directory is through the system used by the 411 Directory Assistance operator for landline phones. The information received is only used once.
Reminder of telephone calls to mobile phones is still illegal, and the library will not be an essential form, with more protection. It will not be shown that the operator will find that the mobile phone subscriber does not allow the free list with his mobile phone provider. The subscriber may only appear on the library on an opt-in basis. If the carrier notifies the subscriber of the availability of the free listing service, the subscriber must give a definite response to their wish – if the subscriber does not respond, their mobile phone number (s) will not be included in the database. If the subscriber authorizes a list but later changes his mind, the carrier can contact and delete all identifiable information from the database.
The US Congress is considering wireless privacy laws, even if there are data protection laws that protect fixed-line phone users who are mobile phone users. These laws include the non-caller register of the Federal Trade Commission, the CAN SPAM Act 2003, and the 1991 Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). Many states also consider their own account, which would further protect our rights and privacy.
Prior to wireless privacy laws, the Wireless 411 Service was guided by four election and privacy principles:
• Selection Right
o Consumers must log in to have their number in the directory  • Eligibility for to change mind
o Consumers can choose to remove their number
• Right to security
o No physical directory in any form
• The right to these decisions is free of charge
o No charge for listing, for additions or deletions
The Wireless 411 Directory will not rob us of our choice and privacy and will not provide phone numbers to telemarketer.
Source by sbobet