TCPA Regulatory Update — FCC Reminds Small Providers Of STIR/SHAKEN Deadline – Telecoms, Mobile & Cable Communications – United States

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The Wireline Competition Bureau of the Federal Communications
Commission (“Commission”) launched a Public Notice reminding non-amenities-primarily based
“small suppliers” – these voice service suppliers with
100,000 or fewer voice entry traces – that the Commission’s
deadline for implementing STIR/SHAKEN caller ID authentication
know-how on the Internet Protocol (“IP”) portion of
their networks is June 30, 2022. The new deadline additionally applies to
these amenities-primarily based small suppliers suspected of originating
unlawful robocalls.

In its March 2020 Report and Order implementing the Telephone
Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence Act
(“TRACED Act”), the Commission required voice service
suppliers to implement STIR/SHAKEN on the IP parts of their
networks by June 30, 2021. In September 2020, the Commission granted a
two-yr extension of the compliance deadline for, amongst others,
small non-amenities-primarily based voice service suppliers. However, as we
reported in May 2021, the Commission sought to scale back that extension as a result of it
appeared that small, non-amenities-primarily based suppliers have been
originating giant numbers of unlawful robocalls. Therefore, in December 2021, the Commission acted by shortening the 2-yr extension by
one yr, requiring STIR/SHAKEN implementation by June 30, 2022.
Small suppliers topic to the extension have been additionally required to
replace the Robocall Mitigation Database (“RMD”) inside 10
enterprise days, indicating that they have been conscious that the deadline
had been modified.

In addition to reminding small suppliers of the upcoming
STIR/SHAKEN deadline, the Public Notice notes that small suppliers
topic to the June 30, 2022 deadline should replace their
certifications and related filings within the RMD inside 10 enterprise
days as soon as they’ve accomplished their STIR/SHAKEN implementation.
Small suppliers that fail to fulfill the implementation deadline or
replace the RMD “could also be topic to acceptable enforcement
motion.”

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