FCC chairwoman: Fines alone aren't enough (Robocalls)
jbazyar at verobroadband.com
Mon Oct 3 20:54:26 UTC 2022
Because it's illegal for common carriers to block traffic otherwise.
On 10/3/22, 2:53 PM, "NANOG on behalf of Michael Thomas" <nanog-bounces+jbazyar=verobroadband.com at nanog.org on behalf of mike at mtcc.com> wrote:
On 10/3/22 1:34 PM, Sean Donelan wrote:
> 'Fines alone aren't enough:' FCC threatens to blacklist voice
> providers for flouting robocall rules
> “This is a new era. If a provider doesn’t meet its obligations under
> the law, it now faces expulsion from America’s phone networks. Fines
> alone aren’t enough,” FCC chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel said in a
> statement accompanying the announcement. “Providers that don’t follow
> our rules and make it easy to scam consumers will now face swift
> It’s the first such enforcement action by the agency to reduce the
> growing problem of robocalls since call ID verification protocols
> known as “STIR/SHAKEN” went fully into effect this summer.
Why did we need to wait for STIR/SHAKEN to do this?
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