Must you verify the originating provider for each call?
We’ve received several anxious calls from voice service providers about the Robocall Mitigation Database (RMD) and the call blocking rule that just went into effect. They’re worried about whether they must check that the Originating Service Provider (OSP) for each call they receive is in the RMD. In this video podcast, we discussed this question with Josh Bercu, Vice President of Policy and Advocacy at USTelecom. Have a listen to get the scoop.
We also discussed the recent FCC proposal to require U.S. gateway providers to perform SHAKEN and robocall mitigation on all calls with U.S. calling numbers that they bring into the U.S. from abroad. This is hot off the press news. Here’s a preview of the USTelecom view on this proposal.
We thank Josh for sharing his perspective on these issues.
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