(1) A caller who uses an automatic dialing and announcing device in order to call a subscriber may not misrepresent or falsify, either in speaking with the subscriber or in the prerecorded or synthesized voice message disseminated during the call:
(a) The caller’s identity and the identity of any person on behalf of whom the caller is making the call;
(b) The telephone number from which the caller is making the call;
(c) The location from which the caller is making the call; or
(d) The purpose for which the caller is making the call.
(2) A caller may not intentionally alter, misrepresent or falsify the information that a caller identification service would ordinarily provide to a subscriber who uses such a service.
(3) A person who provides a caller identification service is not subject to civil liability for a caller’s violation of this section. [2007 c.823 §3]
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