Advertising calls and text messages restricted in Costa Rica
The new law prohibits contacting individuals directly to sell items or services without their specific prior permission.
Friday, November 28, 2008
The new telecommunications law prohibits the use of "automated calling systems for direct sales by voice, fax, email or by any other means," to contact individuals who have not given prior consent.
Since November 2010 installing a cell phone tower within 15 kilometers of a Costa Rican airport has required a detailed analysis and authorisation by the Civil Aviation Authority.
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