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FCC requires STIR/SHAKEN adoption on IP networks by June 2021

Tuesday 31 March 2020 | 17:38 CET | News
The US Federal Communications Commission has made mandatory the implementation of caller ID authentication using the technical standards known as STIR/SHAKEN for IP networks by June 2021. This is the regulator's latest attempt to stem the flood of robocalls in the US spoofing called ID systems to trick consumers into answering their phones.  

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