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Subdivision 1.Scope.

The terms used in sections 325E.26 to 325E.30 have the meanings given them in this section.

Subd. 2.Automatic dialing-announcing device.

"Automatic dialing-announcing device" means a device that selects and dials telephone numbers and that, working alone or in conjunction with other equipment, disseminates a prerecorded or synthesized voice message to the telephone number called.

Subd. 3.Caller.

"Caller" means a person, corporation, firm, partnership, association, or legal or commercial entity who attempts to contact, or who contacts, a subscriber in this state by using a telephone or a telephone line.

Subd. 4.Commercial telephone solicitation.

"Commercial telephone solicitation" means any unsolicited call to a residential subscriber when the person initiating the call has not had a prior business or personal relationship with the subscriber, and when the purpose of the call is to solicit the purchase or the consideration of purchase of goods or services by the subscriber. Commercial telephone solicitation does not include calls initiated by organizations listed in Minnesota Statutes 2000, section 290.21, subdivision 3, clauses (a) to (e).

Subd. 5.Subscriber.

"Subscriber" means a person who has subscribed to telephone service from a telephone company or the other persons living or residing with the subscribing person.

Subd. 6.Message.

"Message" means any call, regardless of its content.

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