FCC emergency waiver: Jewish Community Centers Calling Party Number Identification
sean at donelan.com
Sat Mar 4 06:54:23 UTC 2017
The FCC granted an emergency temporary waiver to telecommunication
carriers serving Jewish Community Centers, allowing access to the
Caller-ID (Calling Party Number Identification) normally blocked at the
calling party's request (i.e. star-67).
Although per call Call-Trace (i.e. star-57) and permanent Trap-and-Trace
court orders also report the Caller-ID and other call information, such
as ANI to law enforcement; the FCC occasionally granted similar
waivers in the past.
Obviously this doesn't help with spoofed calling numbers.
More information about the NANOG