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Pai: FCC Working on Regs For Carriers Not Moving Fast Enough on SHAKEN/STIR

Not necessarily content with how quickly mobile phone carriers are implementing call authentication technology, the Federal Communications Commission is “actively” prepping regulation that would “make it happen,” according to agency Chairman Ajit Pai, who made the remark during a speech at an anti-robocall conference in Massachusetts yesterday. Known as SHAKEN/STIR, …

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Momentum for Federal Privacy Bill Picking Up Steam

The top Democrats from four key Senate committees have come together to issue a set of principles under which they would support a federal privacy law, including continuing to allow states to enact their own laws. The move follows a bill that was introduced in the House of Representatives by …

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Lawsuit Totals Rise in October: WebRecon

There was an uptick in the number of lawsuits filed in October alleging violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, according to data released yesterday by WebRecon. On a month-over-month basis, the number of FDCPA claims was up …

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