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December 7, 2017
Starting January 1, 2018, Interconnected Voice over Internet Protocol (I-VoIP) providers serving customers in Oregon must begin collecting and remitting Oregon’s Residential Service Protection Fund (RSPF) surcharges. Legislation specifically requiring I-VoIP providers to contribute to the fund passed earlier this year and takes effect on...Continue Reading »
November 28, 2017
November 26, 2017
November 16, 2017
November 14, 2017
Keep Track of TCPA Developments at the FCC by Downloading Our
On October 20, ContextMedia, Inc. d/b/a Outcome Health (“Outcome”) petitioned the Federal Communications Commission (“Commission” or “FCC”) to clarify that it does not violate the Telephone Consumer protection Act (“TCPA”) if an...Continue Reading »
November 13, 2017
Starting December 1, 2017, companies selling prepaid wireless communications services in New York must collect and remit a state public safety surcharge on all retail sales. In addition, New York law authorizes localities to impose a local surcharge on prepaid wireless services. The New York State Tax Department recently issued guidance...Continue Reading »
November 2, 2017
- Self-approval authorization techniques for non-transmitting RF devices.
- RF Equipment Importation Rules.
- Electronic labeling of RF...
October 27, 2017
If your company or organization uses the Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC), take note of several upcoming deadlines as part of the NPAC operation transition. Last year, the Federal Communications Commission selected Telcordia Technologies, Inc. d/b/a iconectiv (iconectiv) as the new Local Number Portability Administrator (LNPA)....Continue Reading »
October 22, 2017
October 18, 2017
Keep Track of TCPA Developments at the FCC by Downloading Ourasked the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC” or “Commission”) to create an Established Business Relationship (“EBR”) exception to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act...Continue Reading »
September 29, 2017
This week, the Federal Communications Commission (“Commission” or “FCC”) issued a wide ranging Notice of Inquiry (“NOI”) seeking comment on the use of Enterprise Communications Systems (“ECS”) and the functionality of 911 calling from an ECS. The NOI is a first step in the Commission’s attempt to understand and potentially regulate how ECS...Continue Reading »
September 28, 2017