Federal Communications Commission
The Federal Communications Commission rejected petitions for reconsideration of $20 million in fines issued against four prepaid calling card companies for deceptively marketing their products.
The released three main goals, with what the strike force delivered and the work that remains:
Goal 1: Robust Call Blocking & Filtering Tools for Consumers
Goal 2: Faster Implementation of Caller ID Authentication Standards
A core component of the Federal Communications Commission’s Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau’s mission is to empower consumers in the telecommunications marketplace.
The Federal Communications Commission will hold an Open Meeting on the subjects listed below on Thursday, October 27, 2016:
We are calling this afternoon's policy forum #Solutions2020 because we firmly belive that we can achieve robust, affordable connectivity for all Americans within the next four years.
Remarks of Commissioner Pai on Receiving Freedom of Speech Award at the Media Institute's 2016 Awards Banquet
We’ve had success in calling attention to government initiatives that threatened our constitutional freedoms. The most salient example was the Federal Communications Commission’s ill-advised “Critical Information Needs” study.
A good part of my focus at the Commission has been on opening closed doors for broadcasters to leverage new technology and reinvent themselves and the industry.
The Federal Communications Commission’s Enforcement Bureau announced that T-Mobile will pay a fine and provide benefits to consumers totaling at least $48 million as part of a settlement resolving an investigation into whether the company adequate
Protecting consumers is part of the Federal Communications Commission’s DNA.
I am honored to receive the National Champion for Local Internet Choice Award.