FCC amends Truth in Caller ID rules
The Federal Communications Commission has published [84 FR 45669] in today's Federal Register a final rule amending its Truth in Caller ID rules in subpart P of 47 CFR part 64 to implement the amendments to section 227(e) of the Communications Act adopted by Congress last year as part of the RAY BAUM'S Act. The rule published today amends the FCC's rules to encompass malicious spoofing activities directed at consumers in the United States from actors outside of the U.S. and to reach caller ID spoofing using alternative voice and text messaging services. The amendments carry a February 5, 2020, effective date.
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