FCC Seeking Comment On Proposed Anti-Robocall Measures, TCPA Consent Issues [telecom]

by Kate Patton

During its May open meeting, the Federal Communications Commission considered a Report and Order, Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, and Notice of Inquiry that would expand call-blocking requirements, enlist service providers in the fight against unwanted robocalls, and seek comment on several other options to further enhance consumer protections.

According to the Commission, "[u]nwanted call complaints continue to be far-and-away the largest category of consumer complaints to the FCC, with approximately 157,000 in 2020, 164,000 in 2021, [and]

119,000 in 2022." Last year, U.S. consumers reported a total of $798 million lost to fraud via phone call.

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