Charter Hit With More TCPA Claims Over Robocall Ads

By Steven Trader (February 6, 2017, 2:14 PM EST) -- A California man is hauling Charter Communications into federal court, claiming it violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by calling both his mobile and home telephone numbers repeatedly despite the fact that he was not a customer and had asked that the calls be stopped.

San Diego resident Anton Ewing launched a proposed nationwide class action Friday in California federal court alleging Charter Communications Holding Co. LLC, which currently does business as Spectrum and was formerly known as Time Warner Cable, violated his privacy and negligently caused him concrete and particular harm by using an automatic telephone dialing system to place...

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