CUNA, NAFCU and other organizations met with new FCC Commissioner Anna Gomez and her staff about the FCCs recent Report and Order on illegal automated text messages and ongoing proceedings regarding revocation of consent under the TCPA.
CUNA, NAFCU, and coalition partners discussed the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) rulemaking in meetings with commissioners’ staff over the past few weeks.
CUNA and ACA International filed reply comments with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding its proposal on revocation of consent under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). The proposal would require a 24-hour turnaround time to implement a consumer’s revocation of consent.
The Federal Communications Commission should make use of caller ID and require adequate verification of the authenticity of the caller ID information to avoid illegal call spoofing, CUNA, NAFCU, and other organizations wrote in comments filed this week with the FCC.
CUNA and other organizations support the Federal Communications Commission’s quick action to curb illegal robotexts, they wrote to the FCC in an ex parte letter responding to a February public draft Report and Order from the FCC on message blocking.
The Federal Communications Commission should terminate the exemption to the call authentication requirements of the TRACED Act for non-IP networks or set deadlines for providers to upgrade to IP networks or implement an alternate caller ID framework solutions.
The FCC’s illegal text message blocking proposal should not affect legal texts from credit unions and other financial institutions, CUNA and other organizations wrote to the agency. It would require mobile wireless providers to block certain illegal texts at the network level.
A coalition of voice service providers filed an ex parte letter with the Federal Communications Commission Friday expressing direct support of CUNA’s recently filed letter on call blocking notification codes.
CUNA and other organizations continue to support to adoption of SIP Code (signaling protocol) 608 to provide notification to callers that a voice service provider has blocked their call using analytics, they wrote to the Federal Communications Commission Wednesday.