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FCC Announces Shutdown, Following FTC

Another federal agency that regulates the ARM industry has announced it is shutting down because it has run out of money. The Federal Communications Commission announced on Monday that it will suspend most of its operations at mid-day Thursday because of a government shutdown that began Dec. 22. Already, the …

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FCC Seeks Input On Impact of Call Blocking Technologies

The Federal Communications Commission’s Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau has published a notice that it is seeking input into the progress made by industry, government, and consumers into combatting illegal robocalls. The notice marks another attempt by the FCC to deal with robocalls at the rulemaking level. In seeking comment, the …

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FCC To Release Robocall Complaint Data

Much like the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau publishes details of the complaints lodged against financial services organizations, like debt collectors, the Federal Communications Commission announced yesterday that it will begin publishing complaints lodged by consumers about robocalls and telemarketing phone calls. The objective is to help companies and developers build effective …

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Credit Unions Voice Opposition to TCPA Changes

The trade group representing credit unions yesterday submitted a letter to its primary regulator voicing its concerns surrounding the Federal Communication Commission‘s changes to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. The letter spells out many of the same concerns that have been voiced by other participants in the financial services industry, …

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