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The Regulatory Mix - Friday, October 25, 2019

Posted by Amy Gross

DyLQMV-VAAA-vMK-1FCC VoIP 911 Fee Declaratory Ruling 

At its Open Meeting today, the FCC voted to issue a Declaratory Ruling clarifying that state, local, and Tribal governments cannot charge the same class of subscribers total 911 fees that are higher for VoIP services than for traditional telecommunications services with the same 911 calling capability.  The FCC said that such treatment is discriminatory and conflicts with the NET 911 Act of 2008, which provides that a 911 fee or charge on VoIP service subscribers “may not exceed the amount of any such fee or charge applicable to the same class of subscribers to telecommunications services.”  

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Topics: National Institute of Standards and Technology, VoIP 911 Fee, FCC Tariff Filing Rules, NIST Privacy Framework, CAF II Performance Testing

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