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Day: June 13, 2019

The FCC Office of Managing Director released a public notice on June 12, 2019, announcing the proposed universal service contribution factor for the third quarter of 2019 will be 24.4%, up from the previous quarter’s 18.8%.

Businesses of all kinds are rapidly realizing that new value is to be had by connecting traditional products to the Internet. The Internet of Things (“IoT”) (i.e., physical devices that can connect to the Internet wirelessly) is everywhere — in cars, in household appliances, even our bodies. We are in the midst of new developments …

Join CommLaw Group’s Managing Partner at the All Wireless & Prepaid Expo to Learn About Regulatory & Tax Challenges Confronting IoT, AI and M2M Businesses Read More »

European and U.S. businesses providing “One-Way VoIP” service in European Union countries will confront new registration and regulatory compliance obligations by no later than December 2020.  Unlike U.S. regulation of One-Way VoIP services (which classifies such services as Non-Interconnected VoIP), the EU considers SkypeOut and other “PSTN-interconnected” one-directional VoIP services to be indistinguishable from Two-Way …

EU Court Declares SkypeOut (One-Way I-VoIP) to be Regulated Electronic Communications Services Read More »

Noting that the agency’s current highest priority is the reduction of unwanted robocalls, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has adopted with some modifications the recently circulated draft Declaratory Judgment and Notice of Proposed Rulemaking with immediate effect.   Declaratory Judgment In order to resolve legal uncertainty and clarify which tools for controlling spam calls are available …

FCC Top Priority? Reduction of Unwanted Robocalls – Recent Developments on Proposed SHAKEN/STIR Solution Read More »