PayPal makes changes to user agreement after robocall controversy
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PayPal is modifying its new user agreement (set to go into effect this week) to “clarify” some terms that initially angered both customers and US lawmakers. Earlier this month, it appeared the new agreement would give PayPal full freedom to pester customers with “autodialed or prerecorded calls and text messages” directed at phone numbers registered to their account and even numbers “otherwise obtained” outside the account setup process. The major concern was that PayPal would use these communications for unwanted advertising and sales calls. Such a move would obviously anger customers, but it would also put the company at odds with the FCC, which has put a huge focus on combatting spam calls and texts in recent years.
Now, PayPal is…