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FCC adopts rules to help Americans reach 911, receive help from first responders more quickly

Friday 2 August 2019 | 13:40 CET | News
The Federal Communications Commission adopted rules to help ensure that people who call 911 from multi-line telephone systems can reach 911 and be quickly located by first responders. The new rules will also improve emergency response for people who call 911 from other calling platforms. Today's action implements two laws enacted in 2018 that are designed to strengthen emergency calling.

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