The U.S. Federal Communications Commission announced a USD5,134,500 fine to lobbying consultancy J.M. Burkman & Associates for directing 1,141 spam calls without individuals' consent. The calls duped individuals into thinking personal data associated with mail-in voting would be collected and used to track down individuals for overdue legal warrants and credit card debt. There was no evidence suggesting consent to contact individuals was obtained.
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