Canada has nothing to do with the hottest overseas

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Overseas harassment makes Canada helpless

in Canada, the most common harassment comes from marketing companies. In order to protect residents from their annoyance, the Canadian government announced a system called the Canadian do not call list (DNCL) on December 31, 2004. Residents can register their number on the DNCL station. 3 the German national standard has formulated the corresponding mold manufacturing tolerance standard din167491 for plastic parts tolerance. After 1 day, it is deemed illegal for the marketing company to dial this number. From April 20, 2009, the Canadian radio, television and Communications Commission (CRTC) extended the retention time of the number on the declined calls list from the original 3 years to 5 years to protect users' privacy to a greater extent

crtc is the highest administrative body of broadcasting and communication in the country. In recent years, as the harassment received by residents has increased rather than decreased, CRTC has also been criticized. Federal councilor Donne has publicly criticized that the decline call list is completely useless, because in the first three months after Donne registered his number with DNCL, the number of advertisements received by him suddenly increased. Many other users reported that the number on the declined calls list was directly used by some marketing companies as a marketing list, which made people laugh and cry

Canada has a sound legal system, and CRTC acts in accordance with the law. Why does it not show its effectiveness? The survey shows that CRTC has some difficulties: it is more and more overseas marketing companies that have made it into the embarrassment that heroes are useless

undercover Zeng of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation secretly visited a call center in Karachi, Pakistan, where staff sold air conditioning and ventilation pipes to Canadian residents. In the secretly filmed video, a supervisor is instructing his subordinates to lie to the manufacturers who hire them to promote their products, saying that they will never violate Canada's no call list system. In fact, thousands of miles away, helpless Canadians are being subjected to endless harassment from this call center

the harassed person told that the callers had been annoying, but the inability of CRTC made them angry. Heather, who often received harassment, said that she seemed to be out of control in real life. At the beginning, she politely responded thank you and hang up, but the never-ending marketing forced her to finally utter rude words, which was still useless. Heather called on CRTC to pay attention to the harm of harassment

Rosen, the compliance and executive director of CRTC, said that CRTC attaches great importance to harassment, but those call centers located abroad use a technical technique called electronic deception, so that the caller ID number and the real call completion have been widely used in all fields, so that it is difficult to find the caller harasser. Rosen's explanation was quite helpless. The great difficulty of detecting the caller made CRTC unable to act. Overseas call centers are highly confidential, which objectively makes them mysterious and invisible hackers. Another camera was secretly photographed by CBC in Karachi. In order to reassure the new employees, a call center supervisor assured the recruits that the receiver could not report the call because he could not check the call. Moreover, the staff must claim to be from Ontario, Canada, and the caller will display the false number of Ontario

when Andrew's wife received the promotion, she asked the other party to transfer it to the manager. Unexpectedly, what came from the other end was an extremely obscene flirtation. The sexual harassment made Andrew and his wife unbearable. They immediately reported the case to the police station, but they never received any news of solving the case. Andrew questioned why CRTC has power but does not act? He called on CRTC to stop those harassment for the sake of citizens

Rosen, the compliance and enforcement director of CRTC, mentioned that CRTC can indeed exercise its power, but it is limited to those companies that can be found in violation of the rules. For example, in October 2012, CRTC imposed a total fine of 507000 Canadian dollars on two Indian software companies to punish them for harassing the numbers in Canada's no call list. Since 2008, CRTC has issued fines of more than $3million for similar cases. The difference with the invisible call center is that those falling software companies haven't come yet, and it takes time, energy and capital to get and disappear

Rosen repeatedly stressed that CRTC has nothing to do with invisible overseas call centers that use electronic deception. She encouraged Canadian residents to try a variety of ways to complain to other institutions, and do not take the declined calls list as the only channel. Rosen suggested that if citizens are harassed, they can turn to the Canadian anti fraud center, the police department, the fair competition agency, etc. CRTC is cooperating with some other countries to establish an international network in order to be more effective. Today, it is more popular to track and punish deceptive call centers by integrating high temperature, low temperature, humidity and heat into one experimental box, cold and heat shock experimental box (machine)

up to now, those ghostly overseas calls continue to harass Canadians. The tortured Heather said a meaningful sentence: since the no call list is useless, why do you put it there

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