Communications & Media

Regulatory Guidance

TeleCommunications are subscription-based regulatory alerts, FCC reports, and webcasts from the Communications & Media Practice at Moss Adams LLP. These updates and analysis focus on issues and developments that have the potential to significantly impact small and midsize telecommunications carriers.

With experienced professionals throughout the country, including in Washington DC, who monitor and work directly with government agencies and industry associations, Telecommunications offers the most up-to-date data on these key topics:

  • FCC orders
  • FCC reporting requirements
  • Public notices
  • Notices of proposed rulemaking
  • New and revised Rural Utility Service (RUS) rules
  • Court decisions
  • Legislative developments

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FCC Reminds Broadband Providers That Supply Chain Annual Reports are Due by March 31st | Moss Adams FCC Report – March 2023

On March 1st, the FCC’s Office of Economics and Analytics (OEA) released a Public Notice reminding broadband providers that the filing deadline for the Supply Chain Annual Reporting requirement is March 31, 2023. In most cases, only broadband providers that reported in 2022 that they had obtained “covered” communications equipment or services will be required to submit a Report in 2023.     (Subscribe for more information)

FCC Issues Robocall Enforcement Notice Concerning One Eye LLC | Moss Adams FCC Report – March 2023

On February 15th, the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau released a Public Notice to notify all U.S.-based voice service providers about substantial amounts of apparently unlawful robocalls transmitted by One Eye LLC. One Eye has been identified as a gateway provider for substantial volumes of apparently unlawful robocalls related to various fraudulent schemes. If One Eye fails to mitigate the traffic described in a cease-and-desist letter, the Bureau will issue an Initial Determination Order and voice providers will be permitted to block calls or cease to accept traffic from One Eye, without liability under the Communications Act or the Commission’s rules. In the event the Bureau issues a Final Determination Order in this matter, all U.S.-based voice providers will be required to block One Eye’s traffic.     (Subscribe for more information)

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