FCC's copper retirement plans face repeal from nongovernmental organizations [telecom]

by Sean Buckley

A four-part nongovernment organization (NGO) coalition has filed an appeal against the FCC's decision in November to remove some of the obligations for operators to notify customers when they stop servicing copper lines.

Public Knowledge, the Greenlining Institute, the Utility Reform Network and the National Association of State Utility Advocates filed the petition for review with the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and asked the court to reverse the FCC's order and restore consumer protections.

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