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WTA Shares Concerns On SHAKEN/STIR Acceleration

On July 9, WTA filed comments in response to the FCC’s Third FNPRM on robocalls mitigation. The FNPRM proposes to accelerate by a year the implementation of the STIR/SHAKEN caller ID authentication framework by certain small voice service providers deemed … Continue reading “WTA Shares Concerns On SHAKEN/STIR Acceleration”

WTA Comments on STIR-SHAKEN

In response to the July 17 FCC Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on combating illegal and unwanted robocalls, WTA filed comments stating that the key to the resolution of many of the robocall blocking issues raised in this proceeding “is … Continue reading “WTA Comments on STIR-SHAKEN”

WTA Files Comments in Robocalls/TRACED Act Proceeding

On May 15, WTA filed Comments in response to the Report and Order and Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking adopted by the Commission on March 31, which implements the TRACED Act and mandates STIR/SHAKEN on IP portions of a carrier’s … Continue reading “WTA Files Comments in Robocalls/TRACED Act Proceeding”

WTA Files Reply Comments in Robocalls Proceeding

On August 23, WTA filed reply comments in response to the Commission’s Third Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in its robocalls proceeding and the initial comments filed in the record on July 24, 2019. WTA again outlined its concerns with … Continue reading “WTA Files Reply Comments in Robocalls Proceeding”

WTA Files Comments In Robocalls Proceeding

On July 24, WTA filed comments in response to the Commission’s Third Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in its robocalls proceeding. WTA advised the Commission that it must be cognizant of the barriers RLECs face in adopting the SHAKEN/STIR framework. … Continue reading “WTA Files Comments In Robocalls Proceeding”