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FAQs Regarding STIR/SHAKEN and The TRACED ACT

Posted by Amy Gross

jnuts_00_us-capitol-dome-at-sunset_yesmydccoolOn January 15, 2020, Inteserra issued a Briefing to our service subscribers that explained details of the TRACED Act that has become law. The new federal law addressing robocalling known as the TRACED Act was enacted on December 30, 2019. The Act requires the implementation of STIR/SHAKEN by no later than June 30, 2021, (unless providers have already implemented it) but also requires the FCC to extend the implementation deadline under certain circumstances, including for providers using TDM Networks.

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Topics: VoIP, TRACED Act, STIR/SHAKEN, Robocall Blocking, FCC Registered Consortium

The Regulatory Mix - Monday, December 23, 2019

Posted by Amy Gross

FCC front view-1-1FCC To Review Robocall Blocking Options  

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced the FCC will begin a study of unwanted-call blocking services available to consumers.  “As the FCC continues to pull out all the stops to protect consumers against scam robocalls and spoofing, we expect phone companies and others to make effective tools available to consumers so they can block unwanted and fraudulent calls,” said Chairman Pai. “This report will help us better understand where we stand on call blocking and how the actions we’ve taken to date have worked.”

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Topics: FCC Commissioner O'Rielly, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, Robocall Blocking, Mississippi No-Call Violations, 911 State Fee Report, USDA’s ReConnect program, West Virginia Broadband

The Regulatory Mix - Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Posted by Amy Gross

MS state legislatureMississippi Charges Five Telemarketers for No-Call Violations

The Mississippi PSC announced that it has charged five companies that made 442 illegal calls.  Should these entities be found to have violated the No-Call law, they are subject to a $5,000 per call fine; totaling $2,210,000.  Notices of alleged violations were recently filed against the companies.

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Topics: FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks, Nevada Cybersecurity Law, Robocall Blocking, Mississippi No-Call Violations

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FAQs Regarding STIR/SHAKEN and The TRACED ACT

Posted by Amy Gross

jnuts_00_us-capitol-dome-at-sunset_yesmydccoolOn January 15, 2020, Inteserra issued a Briefing to our service subscribers that explained details of the TRACED Act that has become law. The new federal law addressing robocalling known as the TRACED Act was enacted on December 30, 2019. The Act requires the implementation of STIR/SHAKEN by no later than June 30, 2021, (unless providers have already implemented it) but also requires the FCC to extend the implementation deadline under certain circumstances, including for providers using TDM Networks.

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Topics: VoIP, TRACED Act, STIR/SHAKEN, Robocall Blocking, FCC Registered Consortium

The Regulatory Mix - Monday, December 23, 2019

Posted by Amy Gross

FCC front view-1-1FCC To Review Robocall Blocking Options  

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced the FCC will begin a study of unwanted-call blocking services available to consumers.  “As the FCC continues to pull out all the stops to protect consumers against scam robocalls and spoofing, we expect phone companies and others to make effective tools available to consumers so they can block unwanted and fraudulent calls,” said Chairman Pai. “This report will help us better understand where we stand on call blocking and how the actions we’ve taken to date have worked.”

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Topics: FCC Commissioner O'Rielly, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, Robocall Blocking, Mississippi No-Call Violations, 911 State Fee Report, USDA’s ReConnect program, West Virginia Broadband

The Regulatory Mix - Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Posted by Amy Gross

MS state legislatureMississippi Charges Five Telemarketers for No-Call Violations

The Mississippi PSC announced that it has charged five companies that made 442 illegal calls.  Should these entities be found to have violated the No-Call law, they are subject to a $5,000 per call fine; totaling $2,210,000.  Notices of alleged violations were recently filed against the companies.

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Topics: FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks, Nevada Cybersecurity Law, Robocall Blocking, Mississippi No-Call Violations

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