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The Enforcement Bureau is the primary organizational unit within the Federal Communications Commission that is responsible for enforcement of provisions of the Communications Act, the Commission's rules, Commission orders and terms and conditions of station authorizations. Major areas of enforcement that are handled by the Enforcement Bureau are: (1) consumer protection enforcement; (2) local competition enforcement; and (3) public safety/homeland security enforcement.
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Office of the Bureau Chief
Investigations & Hearings Division
Market Disputes Resolution Division
Spectrum Enforcement Division
Telecommunications Consumers Division
Regional & Field Offices
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  Our Headlines  
08-27-2015 Bureau Enhances Public Safety/Industry Complaint Procedures
08-21-2015 Damages Awarded in AT&T Corp. v. All American Telephone Co.
08-17-2015 FCC Fines Smart City $750K for Blocking Wi-Fi
08-11-2015 FCC Imposes $2.96 Million Fine for Prerecorded Sales Calls
07-30-2015 FCC Plans $2.4M Fine Against LDCB for Illegal Carrier Swaps, Charges
07-23-2015 GPSPS Fined $9M for Illegal Phone Co. Swaps, Charges, Fake Recordings
07-17-2015 T-Mobile to Pay $17.5 Million to Resolve 911 Outage Investigation
07-16-2015 FCC Adopts Plan to Modernize Field Operations
07-09-2015 TerraCom, YourTel to Pay $3.5M to Resolve Consumer Privacy Violations

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