This month, Mintz's TCPA Digest reviews the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) adoption of a proposal to extend the Truth in Caller ID rules to calls originating outside the United States, and to expand the scope of covered communications services. The Digest also covers the FCC's first-ever report on illegal robocalls, the push for call authentication and call blocking technology, and the renewed push in Congress to pass the Stopping Bad Robocalls Act.
- FCC Adopts Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to Modify Rules on Caller ID Spoofing; Releases Report on Illegal Robocalls
- FCC Considers Multiple Petitions for Declaratory Ruling
- Current State of the Automated Telephone Dialing System and a Congressional Resolution, the Stopping Bad Robocalls Act
- Litigation Implications if the SBRA Is Implemented
- Additional Proposal within the SBRA Seeking to Amend the TCPA
- Litigation Recommendation
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