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This Determination amends the Do Not Call Register (Access to Register) Determination 2007 to ensure that it is consistent with amendments to the Do Not Call Register Act 2006.
Administered by: Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy
Registered 28 May 2010
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR01-Jun-2010
Tabled Senate15-Jun-2010
Date of repeal 09 Aug 2013
Repealed by Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2013

Do Not Call Register (Access to Register) Amendment Determination 2010 (No. 1)

Do Not Call Register Act 2006

The AUSTRALIAN COMMUNICATIONS AND MEDIA AUTHORITY makes this Determination under subsection 20(1) of the Do Not Call Register Act 2006.

Dated 28 May 2010

 


Chris Chapman
[signed]
Member



Brendan Byrne

[signed]
Member/General Manager


 

1              Name of Determination

                This Determination is the Do Not Call Register (Access to Register) Amendment Determination 2010 (No. 1).

2              Commencement

                This Determination commences on the day that Schedule 1 to the Do Not Call Register Legislation Amendment Act 2010 commences.

3              Amendment of Do Not Call Register (Access to Register) Determination 2007

                Schedule 1 amends the Do Not Call Register (Access to Register) Determination 2007

               


Schedule 1        Amendments

(section 3)

  

[1]           Section 3

Insert

information to be provided to the access-seeker means the information to be provided to the access-seeker under subsection 19(2) of the Act.

[2]           Note to section 3

Omit

Note   Other words and phrases applicable to this Determination are defined in section 4 of the Act.

Insert

Note   Other words and phrases applicable to this Determination are defined in section 4 of the Act, including contracted service provider and Australian number.

[3]           Subsection 4(1)

                Omit “telephone”, substitute “Australian”.

[4]            Note to subsection 4(1)

Omit “telephone”, substitute “Australian”.

[5]           Subsection 4(2)

Omit the subsection, substitute:

(2)    Each Australian number included in the list must:

(a)        be no more than 10 digits long; and

(b)        start with a one or a zero.

[6]           Subsection 4(3)

Omit “telephone”, substitute “Australian”.

[7]           Note 1 to subsection 4(7)

Omit

                Note 1   Section 11 of the Act, and the Do Not Call Register Regulations 2006, relate to obligations relating to making calls to Australian numbers that are registered on the Do Not Call Register.

 

Insert

Note 1   Sections 11 and 12B of the Act, and the Do Not Call Register Regulations 2006, relate to obligations relating to making telemarketing calls and sending marketing faxes to Australian numbers that are registered on the Do Not Call Register.

[8]           Note 2 to subsection 4(7)

Omit “telephone”, substitute “Australian”.

[9]           Section 5

Omit the section (including the heading), substitute:

Informing access-seeker about numbers registered or not registered on the Do Not Call Register

Insert

(1)   For paragraph 20 (1) (b) of the Act, this section explains how ACMA or the contracted service provider may provide to an access‑seeker, under paragraphs 19 (2) (d), 19 (2) (e) and 19 (2) (f) of the Act, the information to be provided to the access-seeker.

(2)   If the access‑seeker submitted the access‑seeker’s list in accordance with subsection 4 (4), ACMA or the contracted service provider must inform the access‑seeker by making the information to be provided to the access-seeker available for download:

(a)     from the website of ACMA and the contracted service provider (if any); and

(b)     on a secure path in Comma Separated Variable (CSV) format.

(3)   If the access‑seeker submitted the access‑seeker’s list in accordance with subsection 4 (5), ACMA or the contracted service provider must inform the access‑seeker by:

(a)     saving the information to be provided to the access-seeker on a CD‑ROM in CSV format; and

            (b)     sending the CD‑ROM by certified mail to the access‑seeker.

(4)   If the access‑seeker submitted the access‑seeker’s list by entering numbers on a facility on a website in accordance with subsection 4 (6), ACMA or the contracted service provider must inform the access‑seeker by displaying the information to be provided to the access-seeker on the website as soon as practicable after the numbers are entered.

Note ‘information to be provided to the access-seeker’ is defined in section 3 of this Determination.

(5)   If the access‑seeker submitted the access‑seeker’s list in accordance with subsection 4 (7), ACMA or the contracted service provider must inform the access‑seeker in:

(a)     the manner specified in subsection (3); or

(b)     another manner that is:

                        (i) approved by ACMA; and

                                 (ii)     specified on ACMA’s website.

[10]         Section 6

Omit the section.

[11]         Subsection 7(1)

Omit the subsection.

 [12]        Subsection 7(2)

Before “ACMA or the contracted service provider”, insert “If an access-seeker submits the access-seeker’s list in accordance with section 4,”.        

[13]         Paragraph 7(2)(c)

Omit “telephone”, substitute “Australian”.    

[14]         Note to subsection 7(2)

Omit

Note   A purported number may not be treated as a telephone number for the purposes of registration:

(a)   because it has more or fewer than 10 digits; or

(b)   because it does not begin with zero; or

(c)   because the information that relates to the purported number shows that it is not a telephone number; or

(d)  for another reason.

Insert

Note   A purported number may not be treated as an Australian number for the purposes of registration:

(a)     because it has more than 10 digits; or

(b)     because it does not begin with a one or a zero; or

(c)   because the information that relates to the purported number shows that it is not an Australian number; or

(d)   for another reason.

[15]         Paragraph 7(3)(b)

                Omit “telephone”, substitute “Australian”.

[16]         Paragraph 7(3)(c)

Omit “telephone”, substitute “Australian”.

[17]         Paragraph 7(3)(d)

Omit “telephone”, substitute “Australian”.

[18]         Paragraph 7(3)(e)

                Omit “telephone”, substitute “Australian”.

[19]         Paragraph 7(3)(g)

                Omit the paragraph, substitute:

(g)     the date on which, and the time at which the access‑seeker was provided with information under section 5.

 

 

Note

1.         All legislative instruments and compilations are registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments kept under the Legislative Instruments Act 2003. See http://www.frli.gov.au.