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The Regulatory Mix - Thursday, January 24, 2019

Posted by Cory Garone

FCC meeting roomFCC to Hold January Open Meeting in Spite of Shutdown

The FCC announced that it will still hold it’s meeting on January 30, 2019, but due to the current partial lapse in appropriations, the items previously set forth in the Tentative Agenda released on January 3, 2019, will not be considered at the meeting.   The FCC noted that if the lapse in appropriations continues through January 29, 2019, the meeting will be held by conference call.  However, if the lapse in appropriations ends before January 29, 2019, and the FCC resumes normal operations by that date, then the meeting will be held in person at the FCC.  However, regardless of appropriations, the meeting will only consist of Commission announcements.  The Communications Act requires the FCC to meet at least once a month.

 

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Topics: Restoring Internet Freedom, government shutdown, FCC January Open Meeting, FTC Robocall Protections, RIF

Checking In @ The FCC - January Open Meeting

Posted by Amy Gross

 

cdn.shopify.comsfiles105608285t2assetslogo-2What will the FCC be tackling next?

Just minutes before the FCC shutdown last Thursday, Chairman Pai released the tentative agenda for the FCC’s scheduled January 30, 2019 Open Meeting.  Unfortunately, he did not release his customary blog setting the “theme” for the meeting.  So, we are left to guess what that theme might be, and, to be honest, I’m not sure I see one.  Maybe you will.  Let's take a closer look at some of the issues on the agenda. Read More
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Topics: The Regulatory Mix, Internet Protocol Captioned Telephone Service, Anti-Spoofing Provisions of the RAY BAUM’S Act, FCC January Open Meeting, CAF Phase II Auction Support

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