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What does TSR stand for?

TSR stands for Telemarketing Sales Rule (US FTC)

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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has amended its telemarketing sales rule, barring telemarketing calls that deliver prerecorded messages unless a consumer previously has agreed to accept such calls from the seller.
New (and Controversial) Telemarketing Sales Rules Amendments The FTC has issued new amendments to the Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR) which appears to have resolved one issue, split the telemarketing industry over another, and may have made regulatory compliance even more challenging.
4(b)(1)(iii)(B) of the Telemarketing Sales Rule specifically identifies the pattern of calls that are considered abusive telemarketing acts or practices and clearly states its intent for a federally maintained Do Not Call List allowing consumers the choice to add their telephone numbers to the list to try and limit the number of outbound telephone sales calls they were receiving.
The commission alleges the defendants violated both the FTC Act by misrepresenting the nature of service and the Telemarketing Sales Rule by engaging in abusive telemarketing tactics.