FCC issues robocall cease and desist letters
The FCC issued cease-and-desist letters to two voice service providers. These letters instruct the providers to effectively mitigate illegal robocall traffic within 48 hours. If they do not, downstream voice service providers will be authorized to block all their traffic.
These letters were sent to the following carriers:
In the letters, the FCC also required these providers to inform the FCC and the Traceback Consortium within 14 days of the steps taken to implement effective measures to prevent customers from using the network to make illegal calls.
The FCC sent similar letters to six providers last month. Each provider responded by stating that they had stopped carrying the offending traffic. Each provider also explained how it will prevent customers from making illegal calls in the future.
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