On August 11, 2022, Public Knowledge, Communications Workers of America, Center for Rural Strategies, National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates, Next Century Cities, the Public Utility Law Project of New York, and the Utility Reform Network (hereafter, Public Knowledge, et. al), filed an amended petition for declaratory ruling, asking the FCC to classify interconnected VoIP as a Title II telecommunications service. Public Knowledge, et. al, said the amended petition narrows and clarifies the scope of the original petition, and asked the FCC for a ruling that classifies specifically facilities-based interconnected VoIP service as a Title II service.
Public Knowledge, et al., Amends Petition Asking FCC to Classify Interconnected VoIP as a Title II Telecommunications Service
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