Today’s Regulatory Mix: FCC Seeks Traceback Information on Robocall Efforts, FCC Partners on Wireless Emergency Alerts Test FCC Seeks Traceback Information on Robocall Efforts The FCC’s Enforcement Bureau is asking voice service providers and the USTelecom’s Industry Traceback Group to submit information for the commission’s annual report regarding private led efforts to trace back the originRead More
Today’s Regulatory Mix: Federal Judge Temporarily Halts the Affordable Internet Program in New York, FEMA and FCC Plan Nationwide Emergency Alert Test
Federal Judge Temporarily Halts the Affordable Internet Program in New York
A federal judge issued a temporary injunction against New York’s recently enacted Affordable Broadband Act that was to go in effect on June 15, 2021. The act requires internet service providers that serve New York to provide high-speed Internet to low-income families for $15 a month.
Today: FCC Issues Reminder of EAS Dates and Deadlines for 2018 Nationwide Test, FCC Releases 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season Report, FCC Releases 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season Report, FTC Raises Fees for Telemarketers to Access its National Do Not Call Registry for 2019 Read More
Today: FCC Mobility Fund Phase II Map, FCC Webinar on Wireless Emergency Alerts Read More
Today: FCC Roundtable on Emergency Alerting, FCC Net Neutrality – Open Internet – Internet Freedom Rules Read More