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The FCC 17h
The Enforcement Bureau is the primary unit responsible for enforcing the provisions of the Communications Act & FCC rules & orders. Details here:
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The FCC 17h
The Office of Engineering and Technology advises the FCC on technical and engineering matters, develops and administers Commission decisions regarding spectrum allocations, grants equipment authorizations, experimental licenses, and more.
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The FCC 18h
The FCC's Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau develops & implements consumer policies & engages with American consumers. Learn more about our work to inform consumers here:
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The FCC 19h
Read the tentative agenda items for the July Open Meeting
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The FCC 20h
The FCC's Public Safety & Homeland Security Bureau focuses on public safety, national security, and emergency preparedness matters.
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The FCC 21h
The FCC has 11 offices with various responsibilities. Learn more about each of the offices here:
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The FCC 22h
Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 Chairman’s Awards for Advancement in Accessibility honoring innovative developments that improve the lives of people with disabilities through telecommunications technology! See the list at:
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Ajit Pai Jun 18
Making technology accessible to Americans with disabilities is an important aspect of closing the . Grateful to for letting me share at what is doing on and recognize innovators in this space!
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Ajit Pai Jun 18
Replying to @AjitPaiFCC
A special treat to be able to salute Claude Stout, distinguished leader of TDI (Telecommunications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing), as he received a lifetime achievement award. It’s been an honor to work with him and other advocates to advance in communications!
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The FCC 22h
Read Chairman 's remarks on accessible technology
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The FCC Jun 19
Happy Birthday FCC! On June 19, the FCC was established by the Communications Act of 1934 as an independent U.S. government agency to regulate interstate & international radio, TV, wire, satellite, & cable communications. This act was signed 85 years ago today.
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NYC Emergency Management Jun 18
The latest episode features Lisa Fowlkes, chief of ’s Public Safety Homeland Security Bureau, and Benjamin Krakauer, assistant commissioner of strategy/program development at our agency. Listen here:
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The FCC Jun 18
Check out this video where Chairman explains how carriers can empower consumers to choose to use their contact list to block unwanted calls:
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The FCC Jun 18
Some of Chairman Pai’s goals for the July 10th Open Meeting include: closing the digital divide, advancing U.S. leadership in , helping Americans get healthier, & modernizing outdated regulations. Details here:
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The FCC Jun 18
Learn more about Chairman ’s proposal to open up the 2.5 GHz band for . Details in his new blog:
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The FCC Jun 18
Read Chairman ’s new blog on the tentative agenda items for the July Open Meeting
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The FCC Jun 18
Your mobile phone & other electronic devices may be vulnerable to malware when they connect to local networks abroad. This may compromise your identity and allow others to see your location. To find how to stay safe while traveling abroad, visit:
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The FCC Jun 18
Hurricane season is underway. Review for communicating during a natural disaster:
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The FCC Jun 18
honors innovative tech & telecom developments that improve access for people with disabilities. Chairman to deliver keynote later today. Details here:
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The FCC Jun 17
Recently, the FCC has ruled that voice service providers may, as the default, block unwanted calls based on reasonable call analytics, as long as their customers are informed & have the opportunity to opt out of the blocking. Details here:
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