Today’s Regulatory Mix: FCC Announces 911 Reliability Certification System is Now Open, US Court of Appeals Orders FCC to Re-examine 5G Health and Safety Guidelines Read More
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Topics: 911 circuit diversity, 911 Reliability Certification System, central office backup power, diverse network monitoring, FCC 5G Health and Safety Guide, Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, RF Radiation., US Court of Appeals
Today’s Regulatory Mix: FCC Announces Inquiry Into 911 Location Accuracy Compliance, US Court of Appeals Finds FCC Not Subject to Statute of Limitations for Actions Regarding Overpayment of USF
FCC Announces Inquiry Into 911 Location Accuracy Compliance
Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel announced that the Federal Communication Commission’s Enforcement Bureau is conducting an inquiry into several wireless providers’ compliance with FCC rules that require them to start delivering 911 callers’ vertical location information by April 3, 2021. Read More
Court Denies Motion to Delay Oral Arguments in Net Neutrality Challenge
The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has denied the FCC’s motion to postpone oral arguments in the challenge to the agency’s Restoring Internet Freedom (RIF) order. In a previous filing the FCC cited that the lapse in its funding as well as the Department of Justice were the reasons why the arguments should be postponed. The Court stated that oral argument is still scheduled for February 1, 2019. The Court’s website states that oral arguments on the calendar for the month of January and February will go on as scheduled in spite of the government shutdown.
Topics: ADD Act, American Data Dissemination Act, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Net Neutrality, Privacy Act of 1974, Robocall, Senator Edward Markey, Senator John Thune, Senator Marco Rubio, TRACED Act, US Court of Appeals
The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has denied motions for stay of the FCC’s Open Internet/Net Neutrality Order. This means that the FCC’s new Open Internet rules will go into effect tomorrow, June 12, 2015.