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FCC adds new rules to ensure caller ID authentication, no extra fees

Wednesday 30 September 2020 | 10:12 CET | News
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The US Federal Communications Commission has adopted new rules aimed at combatting caller ID spoofing. After earlier making the STIR/SHAKEN authentication protocol mandatory for all providers by June 2021, the new rules add requirements for intermediaries and non-IP operators and prohibit operators from adding extra fees for the services. 

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