(a) A person conducting business in this state may not make or cause to be made a facsimile transmission of documents consisting of unsolicited advertising material for the lease, sale, rental, gift offer, or other disposition of property or services unless the person establishes a toll-free telephone number that a recipient of the unsolicited documents may call to notify the sender not to transmit to the recipient unsolicited documents.
(b) Unsolicited facsimile transmissions subject to this section must include a statement, in at least 9-point type, informing the recipient of the toll-free telephone number the recipient may call, and an address the recipient may write to, to notify the sender not to transmit to the recipient unsolicited documents to the facsimile number specified by the recipient.
(c) Upon receiving a request not to transmit unsolicited documents, no person or entity conducting business in this state may make or cause to be made any unsolicited facsimile transmissions of documents to the person making the request.
This section does not apply to the transmission of documents by a telecommunications service provider to the extent that the telecommunications service provider merely provides transmission facilities.
A person who is found to have violated this section is subject to the penalties and remedies, including a private right of action, as provided in section 8.31.
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