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08-26-2014 ASUSTeK to Pay $240K to Resolve Equipment Marketing Investigations
08-25-2014 Time Warner Penalized $1.1M for Network Outage Reporting Violations
08-11-2014 Border Media To Pay $37,500 to Resolve Indecency Investigation
08-04-2014 $100K NAL to Oklahoma Carrier for Sending 911 Calls to Autorecording
08-01-2014 $10K Fine to CenterPoint Energy for Tower Lighting Violations
07-30-2014 $22.5K Fine to Pittman for EAS and Antenna Structure Violations
07-30-2014 $14K Fine to Pittman for EAS Violations and Operating Overpower
07-23-2014 FCC to ISPs: Inaccurate Disclosures Violate Transparency Rule
07-16-2014 Assist 123 To Pay $1.3M To Resolve Wireless Cramming Investigation
07-15-2014 FCC to Fine Net One Intl $1.6M for Billing Customers After Cancelation
07-11-2014 FCC to Fine Optic $7.62M for Cramming, Slamming, and False Recordings
07-11-2014 FCC Chairman Wheeler Announces Universal Service Fund Strike Force
07-09-2014 Enforcement Bureau Adds Decorated Prosecutor to its Leadership Team
07-02-2014 Intel to Pay $144K to Resolve Importation and Product Evaluation Case
07-01-2014 FCC Investigates Cramming Complaints Against T-Mobile
06-26-2014 $12K NAL to Birach Broad. for Tower Fencing Violations
06-24-2014 $25K NAL to CMARR for Allegedly Interfering with FAA Weather Radar
06-24-2014 $15K Fine Imposed on Repeat Florida Pirate Radio Operator
06-20-2014 $39K Fine to Indigo Wireless for Handset Deployment Violation
06-19-2014 FCC Plans to Fine Foreign Manufacturer $34.9M for Jammer Marketing
06-19-2014 $10K NAL to Duhamel Broadcasting for Alleged Tower Lighting Violations
06-17-2014 ARRI to Pay $80K To Resolve Equipment Marketing Investigation
06-10-2014 $6K Fine to Bold Gold Media for Emergency Alert System Violations
06-10-2014 $15K NAL to Northeast Passage for Tower Lighting/Reporting Violations
06-10-2014 AT&T v. All American
06-09-2014 Sony Mobile to Pay $400K To Resolve Handset Deployment Investigation
06-09-2014 $10K NAL to Dalrymple Realty Corporation for Tower Painting Violation
06-04-2014 Matrix Telecom To Pay $875K To Resolve Rural Call Investigation
06-04-2014 FCC Dismisses Diogenes' Application for Review for Lack of Standing
06-03-2014 $15K Fine Imposed on Repeat Texas Pirate Radio Operators
06-02-2014 $7K NAL to Sound Communications, LLC for AM Tower Fencing Violation
05-29-2014 FCC Plans to Fine Constellium $294K for Unauth. Transfer and Operation
05-23-2014 FCC Fines Starfone $409k for Int'l Licensing and Other Violations
05-20-2014 FCC Cites CA Online Retailer For Importing Counterfeit Smartphones
05-19-2014 Sprint To Pay Record $7.5M To Resolve Do-Not-Call Investigation
05-14-2014 $25K NAL to Televisa for Unauthorized Operation
05-08-2014 FCC to Fine Online Co. $2.9M for Political Robocalls to Cell Phones
05-05-2014 FCC Plans to Fine Central Telecom $3.9M for Deceiving Consumers
04-30-2014 Verizon to Pay $50K to Resolve Radiofrequency Exposure Investigation
04-29-2014 FCC Proposes $48K Fine For Florida Man Who Jammed Cellphone Calls During Daily Commute
04-29-2014 $15K Penalty Proposed Against Individual For Pirate Radio Operations
04-28-2014 $89,200 NAL to D.T.V. for Refusing Inspections and Other Violations
03-24-2014 FCC Settles Sponsorship ID Investigation with Maverick for $185,000
04-18-2014 FCC Agents and USDOJ Seize Equipment from Boston Pirate Radio Stations
04-14-2014 FCC Agents and USDOJ Seize Equipment from NYC Pirate Radio Stations
04-09-2014 $10K NAL to Acumen Communications for Unauthorized Operation
03-31-2014 Wal-Mart.com to Pay $120K to Resolve Wireless Mic Marketing Probe
03-28-2014 $640K Fine Against Presidential Who's Who for Junk Faxing
03-26-2014 FCC Proposes $3.36 Million Fine For Illegal Sale of Toll-Free Numbers
03-26-2014 FCC Proposes $29K Fine For Employer That Jammed Employee Cell Phones
03-26-2014 $25K NAL to Damian Allen for Operation of Unlicensed FM Station
03-26-2014 $15K NAL to Jean Richard Salvador for Operating Unlicensed FM Station
03-21-2014 $20K Junk Fax Consent Decree with Laser Technologies
03-21-2014 $12K NAL Issued to Orloff Haines for Intentional Interference
03-20-2014 $10K NAL to People's Broadcast Network For Tower Fencing Violations
03-20-2014 $8K NAL to South Central Communications for Contest Violations
03-20-2014 $4K NAL to Boonville Broadcasting for Contest Violations
03-19-2014 $10K NAL to Liberty Cablevision for Tower Lighting Violations
03-14-2014 Globalcom, Inc. to Pay $537,127 to Resolve USF Investigation
03-14-2014 MTCO Cos. to Pay $24K to Settle Local Comp. & Broadband Report Probe
03-13-2014 Skybeam, Digis to Pay $50,000 to Settle Unauthorized Transfer Probe
03-13-2014 Penalty Proposed Against Long Lines Wireless in HAC Reporting Case
03-11-2014 $25K NAL to Winchester Wireless for Unauthorized Operation
03-10-2014 $4,800 Penalty Affirmed Against North County Broad. for EAS Violation
03-04-2014 Chairman Wheeler Appointment of Acting Chief, Enforcement Bureau
03-03-2014 FCC Proposes $1.9M in Penalties for EAS Violations by Viacom/NBCU/ESPN
02-28-2014 $3.7M Penalty Proposed Against Budget for Lifeline Violations
02-26-2014 $14K NAL to Kemp Broadcasting for Antenna Structure Violations
02-26-2014 $25K NAL to AT&T Services for Antenna Structure Violations
02-24-2014 $1.8M Forfeiture Proposed Against Scott Malcolm for "Junk Faxes"
02-21-2014 $10K NAL to Ohana Media Group for Antenna Structure Violations
02-20-2014 Windstream to Pay $2.5 Million to Settle Investigation of Rural Call Completion Practices
02-19-2014 $7K NAL to James Winstead for Intentional Interference
02-19-2014 $9K NAL Issued to JCE Licenses for EAS Violations
02-19-2014 $15K NAL to Walter and M. Rae Nadler-Olenick for Pirate Operations
02-18-2014 Penalty Proposed Against US Connect in HAC Reporting Case
02-18-2014 Penalty Proposed Against Assist Wireless in HAC Reporting Case
02-12-2014 NAL issued to Airvoice for HAC Reporting Violation
02-11-2014 FCC Fines Unipoint $179K For Int'l 214/Reporting/TRS Fund Violations
02-10-2014 $44K Forfeiture to WLS(AM) for Sponsorship ID Violations
02-07-2014 Bureau Affirms $10K Forfeiture to Roberts for Pirate Operation
02-07-2014 EnerTrac Agrees to Device Removal & Replacement Program in Settlement
02-07-2014 $25K Forfeiture Against Pacific Empire for Inspection File Violations
02-07-2014 $9K NAL to KRCA License for Failure to Maintain EAS Equipment and Logs
02-05-2014 ENFORCEMENT ADVISORY: Annual CPNI Certifications Due by March 1, 2014
01-31-2014 United Telecom, Inc. to Pay $500K to Settle Slamming Investigation
01-24-2014 FCC Proposes $5.2 M Fine Against U.S. Telecom Long Distance, Inc.
01-23-2014 $10K NAL to Birach for Tower Fencing Violations
01-22-2014 $10K NAL to Omaha Dirt and Wire for Antenna Structure Paint Violations
01-22-2014 $20K Forfeiture Against Renacer for Antenna Structure Violations
01-22-2014 $10K NAL to Jan Gray for Tower Lighting Violations
01-17-2014 Rubard To Pay $185K In Unauthorized Operation/Other Violations Probe
01-17-2014 $7K NAL to PR Church for Tower Fencing Violations
01-17-2014 $7,500 Forfeiture Against Telava for Tower Lighting Violations
01-15-2014 $25K Forfeiture Against Net One for Failure to Respond
01-14-2014 FCC Proposes $200,000 Penalty Against Turner in EAS Investigation
01-02-2014 Enforcement Advisory: Providers Must File Timely, Accurate Hearing Aid Compatibility Reports
12-23-2013 Rane Settles Equipment Marketing Probe for $61,500 and Compliance Plan
12-17-2013 FCC Proposes $3.56M Fine Against CTI in Cramming, Slamming Case
12-17-2013 NTS Agrees to Pay $215K to Resolve USF Investigation
12-12-2013 $112,500 Penalty Proposed Against Intelsat in Queue Jumping Probe
12-11-2013 FCC Proposes Nearly $44 Million in Fines Against 3 Lifeline Providers
12-11-2013 $17K NAL to Acumen for Unauthorized Operation and Harmful Interference
12-06-2013 NAL Issued to Start Wireless in Intl Traffic Report Investigation
11-26-2013 $10K Forfeiture to Vicot Chery for Unlicensed Operation
11-22-2013 $25K NAL Issued to UNS Electric, Inc. in Unauthorized Operation Probe
11-21-2013 $4K Forfeiture to Glen Rubash for Operating Unlicensed Radio Station
11-21-2013 VPNet to Pay $9,000 to Settle U-NII Operation Investigation
11-20-2013 $10K Forfeiture to Romayne Davis for Pirate Radio Operations
11-19-2013 $25K Forfeiture to Time Warner for Children's Programming Violations
11-18-2013 Ayustar to Pay $6,000 to Settle U-NII Operation Investigation
11-14-2013 Liberman to Pay $110,000 to Resolve Indecency Investigation
11-13-2013 U.S. Satellite Agrees to Pay $500k to Resolve USF Investigation
11-07-2013 $25K Forfeiture for Willful and Malicious Interference with Police
11-05-2013 FCC Acts To Stop Use of False Emergency Alert Sounds
11-05-2013 $25,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Apparent Violation of EAS Rules by TBS
11-05-2013 MMK License LLC Agrees to Settle EAS Investigation
11-01-2013 FCC Proposes $33 M In Penalties Against Three Lifeline Providers
11-01-2013 $5.5M Penalty Proposed Against True Wireless for Lifeline Violations
11-01-2013 $8.7M Penalty Proposed Against i-wireless for Lifeline Violations
11-01-2013 $18M Penalty Proposed Against Conexions, LLC for Lifeline Violations
11-01-2013 $234K NAL Issued to Johnson Towers for Creating Hazard to Air Traffic
10-25-2013 $15K Forfeiture to Juan R. Nieves for Unlicensed Operations
10-25-2013 $25,000 NAL Issued to Four Corners Broadcasting for Unauthorized Operation
10-23-2013 Message Communications Cited for Failure to Comply with FCC Order
09-30-2013 FCC Proposes $14.4 Million Forfeitures to Protect Lifeline Service
09-30-2013 Lightyear and Open Access to Pay Nearly $1.8M in USF Cases
09-30-2013 AT&T Mobility to Pay $600K in Unauthorized Service Area Expansion Case
03-04-2014 FCC Chairman Wheeler Announces Appointment of Acting Chief, Enforcement Bureau
09-25-2013 NTT DOCOMO USA to Pay $100K in HAC Case; Will Focus on Future Compliance
03-03-2014 FCC Proposes $1.9M in Penalties for EAS Violations by Viacom/NBCU/ESPN
09-23-2013 Lightyear to Pay $475K and Adopt Robust Compliance Plan in USF Case
02-20-2014 Windstream to Pay $2.5 Million to Settle Investigation of Rural Call Completion Practices
09-13-2013 Cordova to Pay $35,000 and Implement 3-Yr Compliance Plan in HAC Case
01-24-2014 FCC Proposes $5.2 Million Fine Against U.S. Telecom Long Distance, Inc., for Deceptive Slamming, Cramming, and Billing Practices
08-14-2013 Claro to pay $650K to resolve HAC Probe; To Adopt 3-Yr Compliance Plan
01-14-2014 FCC Proposes $200,000 Penalty Against Turner for Misuse of the Emergency Alert Sounds
12-17-2013 FCC Proposes $3.56 Million Fine Against Consumer Telcom, Inc., for Deceptive Slamming, Cramming, and Billing Practices
08-06-2013 $202K NAL Issued to Towerstream for Interfering with FAA Weather Radar
12-11-2013 FCC Proposes Nearly $44 Million in Fines Against 3 Lifeline Providers
08-02-2013 $32K Penalty Proposed for Use of a GPS Jammer by an Individual
11-14-2013 Liberman Broadcasting to Pay $110,000 to Resolve FCC Indecency Investigation
07-31-2013 Silv Communication Inc. to Pay $1M to Settle Slamming Investigation
11-05-2013 FCC Acts to Stop Use of False Emergency Alert Sounds
07-19-2013 ENFORCEMENT ADVISORY: Providers Must Adequately Address RCC Complaints
11-01-2013 FCC Proposes Nearly $33 Million in Penalties Against Lifeline Providers That Sought Duplicate Payments for Ineligible Subscribers
07-10-2013 Western Slope Communications; $25,000 Proposed Forfeiture for Public File Violations
09-30-2013 FCC Proposes $14.4 Million Forfeitures to Protect Lifeline Service
07-03-2013 ENFORCEMENT ADVISORY: Handset Manufacturers Advised to Ensure Accurate Reporting in July 15 HAC Reports
09-30-2013 Lightyear and Open Access Agree to Pay Nearly $1.8 Million to Resolve Investigations Regarding USF Compliance
09-25-2013 FCC Settles Hearing Aid Compatibility Investigation
06-25-2013 FCC Takes Steps to Ensure Compliance with Lifeline Rules
06-21-2013 FCC Enforces Hearing Aid Compatibility Rules to Benefit Consumers with Hearing Disabilities
06-21-2013 Pulse/TeleGuam Pays $280K in HAC Probe; Adopts Robust Compliance Plan
06-21-2013 Airadigm Pays $260K in HAC Probe; Robust Compliance Plan Required
06-13-2013 $30K NAL issued to Thermo Fisher Scientific for Unauthorized Operation
05-30-2013 Department of Justice Press Release: FCC Enforcement Bureau Works With U.S. Marshals to Seize Equipment Used by Pirate Operators
05-30-2013 Pittman Broadcasting Services (Station WUUU-FM); $22,500 Proposed for EAS and Other Violations
05-30-2013 Pittman Broadcasting Services (Station KVOL-AM); $15,000 Proposed for EAS and Other Violations
05-28-2013 Sorenson to Pay $15.75M to Settle TRS Probe
05-22-2013 CenturyLink Agrees to Pay $250,000 and Implement Compliance Plan to Resolve Qwest/CenturyLink Merger Order Compliance Investigation
05-16-2013 Pirate Broadcaster Gary M. Feldman (Miami, Florida); Fined $15,000
05-16-2013 Pirate Broadcaster Bernard Veargis (Miami, Florida); Fined $15,000
05-16-2013 $15,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Structure Violations by Union Broadcasting, Inc.
05-09-2013 $7.6M Cramming and Slamming NAL Against Advantage Telecommunications
05-09-2013 Pirate Broadcaster Joshua M. McMurchie (Prineville, Oregon); Fined $15,000
05-07-2013 AT&T Settles FCC's TRS Billing Probe for $18.25 Million
05-07-2013 $240K Forfeiture to R. Jackowitz, IT Connect for Toll Free Violations
05-07-2013 $978,500 Forfeiture Against Patrick Keane for Junk Fax Violations
05-07-2013 $432,000 Forfeiture Against Teresa Goldberg for Junk Fax Violations
05-07-2013 $2,187,000 Forfeiture Against Tim Gibbons for Junk Fax Violations
05-06-2013 Steckline Communications fined $7,000 for Antenna Fencing Violation
05-06-2013 CenterPoint Energy; $10,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Lighting Violation
05-06-2013 Iglesia Cristiana Ebenezer; $9,000 Forfeiture Proposed for EAS Violations
05-03-2013 $7,000 Forfeiture Issued to JMK Communications, Inc. for Antenna Structure Violations
05-03-2013 $25,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Structure Violations by Emeraldbrooke II, LLC
05-01-2013 $12,000 Proposed Forfeiture Against Kyocera for Failure to Timely File HAC Report
04-25-2013 Commission Affirms Enforcement Bureau Decision Fining Mt. Rushmore Broadcasting $17,500 for EAS and Other Rule Violations
04-22-2013 New Sensor pays $450K in equipment marketing settlement; Will implement compliance plan and develop compliance guide
04-17-2013 NewCom Agrees to Pay $25K to Settle Bureau Investigation
04-09-2013 $144,000 Proposed Forfeiture Against Supply Room for Operating Illegal Jammers; Interfering with Authorized Communications
04-09-2013 $126,000 Proposed Forfeiture Against Taylor Oilfield Manufacturing for Operating Illegal Jammers; Interfering with Authorized Communications
04-09-2013 Docomo Pacific pays $65K in HAC settlement; implements compliance plan
04-05-2013 Pirate Broadcaster Romayne Davis (Oakland Park, Florida); $10,000 Forfeiture Proposed
04-04-2013 Pirate Broadcaster Fabrice Polynice (North Miami, Florida); Fined $25,000
05-28-2013 Sorenson to Pay $15.75 Million to Settle FCC Investigation into Improper Billing of TRS Fund
04-01-2013 Enforcement Bureau & "Junk Faxer" Enter $50K Consent Decree
04-01-2013 FCC Cuts Indecency Complaints by 1 Million; Seeks Comment on Policy
05-07-2013 AT&T to Pay $18.25 Million to Settle FCC Investigation of Improperly Billing Fund that Supports Accessibility of Telecommunications Services to Persons with Disabilities
03-19-2013 Internet-based TRS Provider Settles Bureau Investigation
03-19-2013 $15,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Structure Lighting Violations by Cornerstone TeleVision, Inc.
03-15-2013 Enforcement Bureau Warns Purveyors of Robocalls: "Don't Call Us or We'll Call You."
03-15-2013 Democratic Dialing Cited for Robocalls
03-15-2013 Dialing Services Cited for Robocalls
03-12-2013 Department of Justice Press Release: FCC Enforcement Bureau Works With U.S. Marshals to Seize Equipment Used by Pirate Operators
03-12-2013 Level 3 Agrees To Adopt Rigorous New Call Completion Standards And Provide Rural Call Completion Data, Resolving FCC Investigation
03-11-2013 $14,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Structure Violations by Latin Broadcasting Company
03-07-2013 $6,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Structure Violations by Paulino Bernal
03-01-2013 PBI, LLC Fined $8,000 for Failing to Maintain Operational EAS Equipment
03-01-2013 $25,000 Forfeiture Proposed Against Terry L. VanVolkenburg of Cocoa, Florida for Intentional Interference to Sheriff's Department Radio Communications
03-01-2013 $8,000 Forfeiture Issued to Martin Broadcasting, Inc. for Antenna Structure Violations
03-01-2013 Wagenvoord Advertising Group, Inc. fined $7,000 for Antenna Fencing Violations
02-28-2013 Pirate Broadcaster Pierre Nixon Jean (West palm Beach, Florida); Fined $15,000
02-26-2013 Two Oklahoma Lifeline Providers to Pay More than $1 Million to Resolve FCC Investigation
02-26-2013 FCC Settles Lifeline Probe of YourTel; Requires Compliance Measures
02-26-2013 FCC Settles Lifeline Probe of TerraCom; Requires Compliance Measures
02-25-2013 Pirate Broadcaster Bernard Veargis (Miami, Florida); $15,000 Forfeiture Proposed
02-25-2013 $25,000 Forfeiture Issued to Walter M. Czura, Licensee of Station WNFO, for EAS, Antenna, and Public File Violations
02-21-2013 Pirate Broadcaster Gary M. Feldman (Miami, Florida); $25,000 Forfeiture Proposed
02-20-2013 ENFORCEMENT ADVISORY - Users of Emergency Locator Beacons Are Reminded About Their Proper Use and Registration Requirements
02-15-2013 North County Broadcasting Corporation Fined $4,800 for Failing to Maintain Operational EAS Equipment
02-15-2013 Enforcement Bureau Affirms $24,000 Forfeiture Issued to Licensee Kevin W. Bondy for Unlicensed Operation and Intentional Interference
02-12-2013 $20,000 Forfeiture Issued to Argos Net, Inc. for Unauthorized Operation of U-NII Device
02-08-2013 Pirate Broadcaster Whisler Fleurinor (Fort Lauderdale, Florida); Fined $25,000
02-07-2013 $25,000 Failure to Respond NAL Against Technical Communication Network
01-24-2013 Centro Colegial Cristiano, Inc. Fined $8,000 for Failing to Maintain Operational EAS Equipment
01-16-2013 ENFORCEMENT ADVISORY - CPNI Certifications March 1 Deadline Reminder
01-11-2013 Cascade Access. L.L.C. Auction Collusion Forfeiture Order
01-07-2013 ENFORCEMENT ADVISORY - Wireless HAC Jan. 15 Filing Deadline Reminder
12-20-2012 $1.04M Deception & Slamming NAL Against United Telecom, Inc.
12-20-2012 $1.44M Deception & Slamming NAL Against Preferred Long Distance, Inc.
12-11-2012 Amateur Licensee Joaquim Barbosa (Elizabeth, New Jersey) Fined $16,000 for Unlicensed Operation
12-05-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Glen Rubash (Manhattan, Kansas); $10,000 Forfeiture Proposed
12-05-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Fabrice Polynice (North Miami, Florida); $25,000 Forfeiture Proposed
12-04-2012 CenturyLink Agrees to Pay $150K to Resolve Customer Privacy Issues
11-30-2012 $1.68M Deceptive Marketing/Cramming NAL Against Telseven/Patrick Hines
11-20-2012 Provider for Hearing-Impaired Pays Nearly $1.4 M to Settle TRS Probe
11-15-2012 TDS Agrees to Pay $350K to Resolve Customer Privacy Issues
11-13-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Burt Byng (Miami, Florida); Fined $10,000
11-13-2012 Pirate Broadcaster McArthur Bussey (Fort Lauderdale, Florida); Fined $15,000
11-13-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Michael William Downer (Pompano Beach, Florida); Fined $20,000
11-13-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Damian Anthony Ojouku Allen (Pompano Beach, Florida); Fined $20,000
11-06-2012 Enforcement Bureau Enters $700K Consent Decree with AT&T Inc. Regarding Data Charges
11-02-2012 $96,200 Unauthorized Operation NAL Against Union Oil Company of Cal.
10-23-2012 $608,000 Forfeiture Proposed Against Patrick Keane a/k/a The Street Map Co., Accurate Map Co., et al, for Junk Fax Violations
10-19-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Thomas Costa (Iowa City, Iowa); $10,000 Forfeiture Proposed
10-15-2012 FCC Consumer Alert on jammer Prohibitions Highlights New Jammer Tip Line; Available in Spanish and Mandarin
10-15-2012 Enforcement Bureau Announces New Jammer Tip Line; Public Encouraged to be the Eyes and Ears of the Commission
10-15-2012 Actions taken against Craigslist.org Users offering Jamming Devices; Posters Ordered to Remove Jammer Listings
10-15-2012 JAMMERS: Craigslist Seller Scott Sandlin Cited for Marketing Jammer
10-15-2012 JAMMERS: Craigslist Seller Dancing Bear Technologies Cited for Marketing Jammer
10-15-2012 JAMMERS: Craigslist Seller Joseph Hundley Cited for Marketing Jammer
10-15-2012 JAMMERS: Craigslist Seller Keith Grabowsky Cited for Marketing Jammer
10-15-2012 JAMMERS: Craigslist Seller George Conde Cited for Marketing Jammer
10-15-2012 JAMMERS: Craigslist Seller John A. Bering Cited for Marketing Jammer
10-05-2012 JAMMERS: Craigslist Seller James Christopher Garcia Caught in Undercover Jammer Sting
10-05-2012 JAMMERS: Craigslist Seller Richard Naparty Cited for Marketing Jamming Device
10-02-2012 FCC Warns Consumers to Beware of Prepaid Calling Card Schemes; Enforcement Bureau Issues Advisory and Consumer Alert
09-28-2012 $5M Forfeiture Proposed Against NobelTell, LLC for Deceptive Marketing of Prepaid Calling Cards
09-28-2012 Enforcement Bureau Affirms $10,000 Forfeiture Against Pirate Broadcaster Neal Davis (Ft. Lauderdale, Florida)
09-27-2012 ENFORCEMENT ADVISORY -- Wireless Internet Service Providers Reminded of Restrictions on U-NII Devices
09-27-2012 $25,000 Forfeiture Issued to AT&T, Inc. for Unauthorized Operation of U-NII Device
09-27-2012 $15,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Unauthorized Operation of U-NII Systems by Skybeam Acquisition Corp.
09-27-2012 $20,000 Forfeiture Proposed Against Cox Communications for Antenna Lighting and Monitoring Violations
09-26-2012 $10,000 Forfeiture Issued to James Cable, LLC for Antenna Structure Violations
09-25-2012 $10,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Structure Painting Violations by Allegiance Communications, LLC
09-25-2012 $10,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Structure Painting Violations by CBTR Services, LLC
09-24-2012 Communications Options Agrees to $65,000 Voluntary Contribution and Compliance Plan to Settle Number Porting Investigation
09-20-2012 $15,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Structure Lighting Violations in Strasburg, Colorado by KAGM-FM Joint Venture
09-19-2012 HTC to pay $515,000 in HAC settlement; Will implement robust outreach efforts
09-14-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Jeffrey Darius (Miami, Florida); Fined $15,000
09-11-2012 ENFORCEMENT ADVISORY: Telephone Consumer Protection Act Robocall Rules/Political Campaigns and Promoters Are Reminded of Restrictions on Autodialed and Prerecorded Calls
09-06-2012 $236,500 Penalty Proposed to St. George Cable for Signal Leakage & EAS Violations
09-04-2012 $1,584,000 Forfeiture Proposed Against Tim Gibbons/UEBG for Apparent Violations of the Junk Fax Rules
08-22-2012 ENFORCEMENT ADVISORY: PLMR Licensees and Equipment Manufacturers Reminded of January 1, 2013 Narrowband Transition Deadline
08-22-2012 Forfeitures Totaling $41,000 Imposed Against Two Subsidiaries of Spanish Broadcasting Systems (Stations WSKQ-FM and WZNT(FM)) for Violations of Telephone Broadcast Rule
08-22-2012 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $10,000 Forfeiture Against Burt Byng for Operating an Unlicensed Radio Station in Miami, Florida
08-14-2012 Smith Bagley to Pay $65,000 to Settle Hearing Aid Compatibility Investigation; Will Implement Outreach Program to Hearing Disabled
08-13-2012 Fender Musical Instruments Settles Investigation with $265,000 Contribution and Compliance Plan Including Training of Foreign Equipment Manufacturers
08-03-2012 FCC Proposes $66,000 Forfeiture Against Tesla Exploration, Inc. for Unauthorized Operation on Multiple Frequencies
08-02-2012 Luis Ernesto Rivas, Jr. Issued $15,000 Forfeiture for Operating an Unlicensed Radio Station in Miami, Florida
08-01-2012 $11,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Fencing Violations by Hye Cha Kim
08-01-2012 $20,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Structure Painting & Lighting Violations by Renacer Broadcasters Corporation
07-31-2012 Verizon Wireless to Pay $1.25 Million to Settle Investigation into Blocking of Consumers' Access to Certain Mobile Broadband Applications
07-31-2012 Chamberlain Group Agrees to $35,000 Contribution and Compliance Plan to Settle Equipment Marketing Investigation
07-27-2012 $7,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Fencing Violations by Alaska Integrated Media
07-19-2012 $7000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Fencing Violations by Wagenvoord Advertising Group, Inc.
07-18-2012 $7,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Fencing Violations by JMK Communications Inc.
07-18-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Joshua M. McMurchie (Prineville, Oregon); $15,000 Forfeiture Proposed
07-18-2012 $12,500 Forfeiture Proposed Against CB Operator Glenn S. Yamada for Unlicensed Operation
07-18-2012 Spy Shop, a U.S.-based Retailer, Cited for Illegally Marketing Cell and GPS Jammers
07-17-2012 Enforcement Advisory on Children's Programming Rules
07-17-2012 Time Warner Found in Violation of Children's Television Public File Requirements -- $25,000 Forfeiture Proposed
07-17-2012 $10,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Fencing Violations by Equity Communications LP
07-16-2012 Pirate Broadcaster McArthur Bussey (Fort Lauderdale, Florida); $15,000 Forfeiture Proposed
07-16-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Michael William Downer (Pompano Beach, Florida); $20,000 Forfeiture Proposed
07-16-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Damian Anthony Ojouku Allen (Pompano Beach, Florida); $20,000 Forfeiture Proposed
07-12-2012 Spy Spot Investigations, a U.S.-based Retailer, Cited for Illegally Marketing GPS Jammers
07-11-2012 Enforcement Bureau affirms Forfeiture Order Against Ely Radio, LLC, for Violation of Antenna Lighting and Other FCC Requirements
07-11-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Michael Gregory (Miami, Florida); $10,000 Forfeiture Proposed
07-02-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Brian R. Ragan (Suisun City, California); $17,000 Forfeiture Proposed
06-27-2012 FCC Resolves Investigation Of Comcast-NBCU Broadband-Related Merger Conditions; Ensures Consumer Access To Reasonably-Priced Broadband Internet Service
06-15-2012 A Radio Company, Inc., Licensee of Station WEGA, Vega Baja, Puerto Rico, Fined $25,000 for Failing to Comply with Consent Decree
06-14-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Pierre Nixon Jean (West Palm Beach, Florida); $15,000 Forfeiture Proposed
06-14-2012 FCC proposes $1.75M forfeiture against Telseven, LLC for failing to contribute to essential federal regulatory programs
06-08-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Arthur Lee Young (Cosby, Tennessee); Fined $22,000
06-05-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Albert R. Knighten, Jr. (Fort Myers, Florida); $15,000 Forfeiture Proposed
05-22-2012 $7,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Fencing Violations by WOYK Inc.
05-14-2012 Upper Peninsula Communications, Inc. Fined $8,000 for Failing to Install EAS Equipment
05-08-2012 FCC Warns Consumers to Beware of Prepaid Calling Card Schemes; Enforcement Bureau Issues Advisory and Consumer Alert.
05-02-2012 R. J.'s Late Night Entertainment Corp. Fined $22,000 for Failing to Maintain Operational EAS Equipment and to Comply with Other FCC Rules
04-16-2012 FCC Proposes Forfeiture Against RB Communications, Inc., d/b/a Starfone for International Licensing, Registration, and Other Regulatory Violations
04-13-2012 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $25,000 Forfeiture Against Google Inc.
04-04-2012 $17,000 Forfeiture Proposed for Antenna Structure Lighting Violations by Telava Wireless, Inc.
04-03-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Robenson Thermitus (Miami, Florida); Fined $10,000
04-03-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Robens Cheriza (West Palm Beach, Florida); Fined $20,000
03-26-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Mercius Dorvilus (Pompano Beach, Florida); Fined $10,000
03-23-2012 Insight Consulting Group of Kansas City Fined $16,000 for Operating Unauthorized U-NII Devices
03-23-2012 $25,000 Forfeiture Proposed Against Argos Net for Unauthorized Operation of U-NII Devices
03-23-2012 $15,000 Forfeiture Proposed Against VPNet for Unauthorized Operation of U-NII Devices
03-14-2012 Enforcement Bureau Enters Consent Decree with Cellco Partnership dba Verizon Wireless Concerning Reporting of Network Outages
03-15-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Gabriel A. Garcia (San Jose, California); Fined $25,000
03-14-2012 Enforcement Bureau Enters Consent Decree with Verizon Concerning Reporting of Network Outages
03-08-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Gabriel A. Garcia (San Jose, California); $25,000 Fine for Failing to Allow Inspection
03-08-2012 $25,000 Forfeiture Proposed Against Broadcast Licensee Walter M. Czura for EAS and Other FCC Rule Violations
03-06-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Jeffrey Darius (Miami, Florida); $15,000 Forfeiture Proposed
03-06-2012 Consumers Cautioned that Use or Importation of Jammers is Illegal
05-17-2012 Rosendo Casarez, Jr., Roswell, New Mexico Fined $8,000 for Failing to Maintain Operational EAS Equipment
02-16-2012 Telecommunications Carriers and Interconnected VOIP Providers Reminded of Requirement to File Annual Reports Certifying Compliance with Commission Rules Protecting Customer Propriertary Network Information
02-13-2012 Richards TV Cable Co. Inc. Found in Violation of EAS Rules; $10,000 Forfeiture Proposed
02-01-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Robens Cheriza (West Palm Beach, Florida); $20,000 Forfeiture Proposed
02-01-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Whisler Fleurinor (Fort Lauderdale, Florida); $25,000 Forfeiture Proposed
01-25-2012 Pirate Broadcaster Willis Cernogg, Jr. (Miami, Florida); Fined $10,000
12-16-2011 Providers are Reminded of Form 477 Obligations
12-15-2011 Tyrone D. Pipkin Barred from the E-Rate Program by Enforcement Bureau
12-05-2011 EB Reminds ETCs Offering Lifeline to Confirm Consumer Eligibility
11-29-2011 FCC Proposes Another $5 Million Forfeiture for Alleged Deceptive Marketing of Prepaid Calling Cards
10-17-2011 Retailer Receives Citation for Marketing Illegal Jamming Equipment
10-05-2011 Twenty Online Retailers of Illegal Jamming Devices Targeted in Omnibus Enforcement Action
09-01-2011 FCC Announces $20 Million in Proposed Penalties Against Companies Believed to be Involved in Deceptive Marketing of Prepaid Calling Cards
08-12-2011 Enforcement Bureau Advises Cable Operators to Take Affirmative Steps to Comply with New Cablecard Rules (updated)
06-30-2011 Enforcement Bureau and Office of General Counsel Release Advisory Guidance on Compliance with Open Internet Transparency Rule
06-07-2011 Access Charge Formal Complaint Granted in Qwest v. Northern Valley
06-16-2011 FCC TO CRAMMERS: NO MORE "MYSTERY FEES"
$11.7 Million in Penalties Proposed For Unauthorized Charges on Consumers' Monthly Phone Bills
05-31-2011 Enforcement Bureau Reminds Boaters of Marine Radio Rules; Directs Boaters to Check Safety Communications Equipment to Ensure Compliance
04-08-2011 Access Charge Formal Complaint Partially Granted in AT&T v YMax
05-25-2011 Department of Justice Press Release: FCC Enforcement Bureau Works With U.S. Marshals to Seize Equipment Used by Pirate Operators
03-22-2011 FCC Enforcement Bureau Releases Advisory on Requirement for Broadcasters to Certify that Advertising Contracts are Non-Discriminatory
03-10-2011 FCC imposes $662,541 forfeiture against ADMA Telecom, Inc. for violating various rules, including USF and related contribution fund requirements.
03-09-2011 Enforcement Bureau Enters Consent Decree with AT&T Concerning Reporting of Network Outages
02-09-2011 Enforcement Bureau Steps Up Education and Enforcement Efforts Against Cell Phone and GPS Jamming.
02-09-2011 Enforcement Bureau Begins Revocation Proceedings Against Shenzhen Tangreat for Illegal Jamming Device.
01-28-2011 Enforcement Bureau Reminds Carriers of March 1 Deadline and Provides Further Guidance on Filing of Annual Customer Proprietary Network Information (CPNI) Certifications
01-20-2011 Collection Action Formal Complaint Denied in All American v. AT&T
01-18-2011 Enforcement Bureau Enters Consent Decree with Comcast Corporation Resolving Investigations of Closed Captioning Compliance
10-28-2010 FCC Investigation into Verizon Wireless "Mystery Fees" Results in Record Settlement
10-03-2010 FCC Confirms Investigation into Verizon Wireless' Mystery Fee
09-20-2010 Enforcement Bureau Settles Investigations of Purple Communications, Inc.
07-28-2010 FCC Proposes $67,500 Forfeiture Against Media Synergy Group, LLC for Unsolicited Advertisements
07-26-2010 Univision Radio Pays $1 Million to Resolve Pay-For-Play Investigation
06-23-2010 Jay H. Soled and Benjamin Rowner Barred from the E-Rate Program by Enforcement Bureau
06-03-2010 FCC Enforcement Bureau Proposes Forfeiture Against Fox for Refusing to Answer Questions about Potentially Indecent Broadcast
05-26-2010 Enforcement Bureau Enters Consent Decree with ComSpan Communications, Inc. Resolving Investigations of Universal Service and CPNI Compliance
05-12-2010 FCC Proposes $1.48 Million Forfeiture Against Silv Communication, Inc. for "Slamming" Violations
05-12-2010 How to Protect Yourself Against Slamming
05-06-2010 FCC Proposes $284,250 Forfeiture Against NTS Communications, Inc. for Failure to Pay Universal Service Fund Contributions
02-26-2010 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $25,000 Forfeiture against Companies for Failure to Submit Annual CPNI Compliance Certificate
02-26-2010 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $25,000 Forfeiture against Companies for Failure to Submit Annual CPNI Compliance Certificate
01-21-2010 Enforcement Bureau Enters Consent Decree with Bela TV, LLC Concerning Complaints about Indecent Broadcasting
01-15-2010 Statement of P. Michele Ellison, Chief, Enforcement Bureau on Issuance of the Bureau's First Enforcement Advisories
09-09-2009 Chairman Julius Genachowski Announces Enforcement Bureau Chief
06-26-2009 Commission Vacates Enforcement Orders Relating to Time Warner Cable and Cox Cables Implementation of Switched Digital Video and Affirms Forfeiture Order Requiring Notice to Local Franchise Authorities
05-12-2009 Commission debars Judy Green from all activities associated with the E-Rate program for ten years
04-15-2009 $175,000 Forfeiture proposed against Hauppauge Computer Works, Inc. for shipping TV receiving devices that do not contain digital television reception capability
03-31-2009 Omniat International Telecom, LLC d/b/a OMNIAT Telecom - NAL and Order
02-26-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against GOES Telecom, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-26-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Ganoco, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-26-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Gabriel Wireless, LLC for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-26-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $6,000 Forfeiture against Wayne Frank for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-26-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $4,000 Forfeiture against Commnet Wireless, LLC for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-26-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $4,000 Forfeiture against Tennessee Telephone Service, LLC d/b/a Freedom Communications USA, LLC for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-26-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Bee Line Cable for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Dixville Telephone Company for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Shreveport Communications Service, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Santel Communications Cooperative, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Santa Rosa Telephone Cooperative, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Volunteer First Services, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Liberty Contracting and Consulting LLC for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Securetel Network Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $6,000 Forfeiture against General Mobile Radio Service, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Telchin Corporation for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against E.Com Technologies, LLC dba First Mile Technologies for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against BKT Telecom Corp. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Eastern Colorado Independent Networks, LLC for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against E & F Telecom, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Santa Rosa Communications, Ltd. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against DAR Communications Corporation for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $3,000 Forfeiture against PriorityOne Telecommunications, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Prime Time Ventures, LLC for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against O. Richard Knutson for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against Nunn Telephone Company for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Network Innovations, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Netcarrier Telecom, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against National Brands, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against Arthur N. Sherman for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against James T. Hopper for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against SI2Way, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Zicore Services, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against Angel Communications LLC d/b/a Mr. Radio of Arizona Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Worldwide Marketing Solutions, Incorporated for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $4,000 Forfeiture against M & L Enterprises, Inc. dba Skyline Telephone Co., Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Legacy Long Distance International, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Latino Telecom, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against KanOkla Telephone Association, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Kitchen Productions, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $6,000 Forfeiture against Isan Telecom, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against D.G.A. Telecom, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Clear World Communications Corporation for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Consolidated Telephone Company for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $3,000 Forfeiture against Communications Venture Corporation dba InDigital Telecom for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against China Telecom (Americas) Corporation for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Cherokee Telephone Company for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Buckeye Telesystem, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against 800 Response Information Services LLC for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against American Fiber Systems of Georgia, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-25-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Atlantic Telecommunications, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against TeleSpan Carrier Access, LLC for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Highland Communications, LLC for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $4,000 Forfeiture against Hartman Telephone Exchanges, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against T2 Communications, LLC for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Specialized Mobile Radio, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against South Central Wireless, Inc. dba SCTelcom for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against EGIX, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Securetel Network Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Protek Leasing Corp. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against ProCom LMR, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against Phillips County Telephone Company dba PC Telcom for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $6,000 Forfeiture against One Touch India LLC for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against Clifford E. Bade for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against TeleBEEPER of New Mexico, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $4,000 Forfeiture against Edward Adams Associates, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Scott C. MacIntyre for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Data Radio Management Company, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $6,000 Forfeiture against Momentum Telecom, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against Millennium Digital Media Systems, LLC, dba Broadstripe for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against VLD, Inc., d/b/a Global Telecom Brokers for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against McClure Telephone Company for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $6,000 Forfeiture against United Communications Systems, Inc., dba Call One for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $4,000 Forfeiture against Leflore Communications, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against Threshold Communications, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $1,000 Forfeiture against ComSoft Corporation dba Aquis Communications for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Action Communications, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Bellvoz Corp. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Ben Lomand Communications, LLC for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Ben Lomand Rural Tel. Coop., Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $2,000 Forfeiture against Big Telephone, Inc. for Filing a Non-compliant CPNI Certification
02-24-2009 Enforcement Bureau Releases Customer Proprietary Network Information Notice of Apparent Liability
02-11-2009 Enforcement Bureau issues $75,000 Notice of Apparent Liability for Forfeiture against Cascade Access, LLC for apparent violation of the Commission's auction collusion rule
01-19-2009 Oceanic Time Warner Cable, a subsidiary of Time Warner Cable, Inc. - Forfeiture Order
01-19-2009 Cablevision Systems Corp., Randolph, NJ - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Cox Communications, Inc., Fairfax County, Virginia Cable System - NAL
01-19-2009 Oceanic Time Warner Cable, a division of Time Warner Cable, Inc., Oceanic Oahu Central Cable System - NAL
01-19-2009 Oceanic Time Warner Cable, a division of Time Warner Cable, Inc., Oceanic Kauai Cable System - NAL
01-19-2009 Oceanic Time Warner Cable, a division of Time Warner Cable, Inc., Oceanic Kauai Cable System - Forfeiture Order
01-19-2009 Cox Communications, Inc., Fairfax County, Virginia Cable System - Forfeiture Order
01-19-2009 Oceanic Time Warner Cable, a division of Time Warner Cable, Inc., Oceanic Oahu Central Cable System - Forfeiture Order
01-19-2009 Midcontinent Communications, Inc. - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Time Warner Cable, Inc. - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Suddenlink Communications, Inc. - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Comcast Corporation - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Harron Communications, LP - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Charter Communications, Inc. - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Cox Communications, Inc. - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Bright House Networks, LLC - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Cablevision Systems Corp. - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Charter Communications, Inc., Long Beach, California - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Cablevision Systems Corp., Orient, New York - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Cablevision Systems Corp., Darien, Connecticut - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Cablevision Systems Corp., Oakville, Connecticut - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Cablevision Systems Corp., Cortlandt Manor, New York - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Cox Communications, Inc., Surprise, Arizona - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Cox Communications, Inc., Phoenix, Arizona - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Comcast Corporation, Fairfax, Vermont - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Harron Communications, LP, Amory, Mississippi - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Charter Communications, Inc., Norco, California - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Time Warner Cable, Inc., Placentia, California - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Time Warner Cable, Inc., San Diego, California - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Comcast Corporation, Rancho Cordova, California - NAL & Order
01-19-2009 Comcast Corporation, Delray Beach, Florida - NAL & Order
09-12-2008 Enforcement Bureau Proposes Forfeiture Against Qwest Corporation for DTV Consumer Notice Violations.
08-05-2008 XM Radio, Inc. Order & Consent Decree
08-05-2008 Sirius Satellite Radio, Inc. Order & Consent Decree
07-10-2008 FCC Proposes $1.3 million Forfeiture Against IDT Corporation
06-23-2008 FCC Grants Formal Complaint Regarding Verizon Customer Retention Practices
06-13-2008 FCC Increases Maximum Forfeiture Penalties
06-12-2008 FCC issues $1,377,000 Forfeiture against Extreme Leads, Inc. for violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (Unsolicited Junk Faxes)
04-11-2008 Enforcement Bureau Recommends Denial of Formal Complaint in Part and Issuance of NPRM on Customer Retention Practices
04-10-2008 Enforcement Bureau Adopts DTV V-CHIP Consent Decrees Totaling Over $3.4 Million
04-10-2008 FCC Adopts DTV Enforcement Orders Totaling Over $6 Million
04-04-2008 Married by America Petition Returned without Consideration
03-26-2008 FCC Seeks Applicants for 2008 Engineer-in-Training Program
03-21-2008 $63,000 Forfeiture proposed against America's Toner concerning apparent violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (Unsolicited Junk Faxes)
03-19-2008 FCC issues $2,591,500 Forfeiture against The Hot Lead LLC d/b/a The Hot Lead Company for violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (Unsolicited Junk Faxes)
03-03-2008 $458,500 Forfeiture proposed against SMC, LLC for apparent violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (Unsolicited Junk Faxes)
03-03-2008 $5,084,000 Forfeiture proposed against Horizon Telecom, Inc. concerning apparent slamming violations
02-22-2008 FCC Releases Forfeiture Order for 'Married by America' Episode
02-19-2008 FCC Issues Forfeiture Against ABC Stations for Apparent Violation of Indecency Rule During Broadcast of "NYPD Blue" Episode
01-25-2008 FCC Proposes Forfeiture Against ABC Stations for Apparent Violation of Indecency Rule During Broadcast of "NYPD Blue" Episode
12-04-2007 Enforcement Bureau enters Consent Decree worth $1.325 million with ALLTEL Corporation, terminating investigation into compliance with Merger Conditions
11-21-2007 Enforcement Bureau and CBS enter into $300,000 Consent Decree concerning compliance with provisions of indecency compliance plan
11-20-2007 Operating authority of Robert D. Landis revoked
11-20-2007 Hearing Proceeding commenced to determine whether to revoke the operating authority of Lonnie L. Keeney
11-01-2007 FCC proposes $7.745 million forfeiture against Funai Corporation for violations of the DTV V-Chip rule
10-18-2007 Commission notified Sonshine Family Television, Inc. of its Apparent Liability for Forfeiture in the amount of $40,000 and Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. of its Apparent Liability for Forfeiture in the amount of $36,000 for violations of the Commission's rules
10-18-2007 Enforcement Bureau issued Citation to The Graham Williams Group for violations of the statutes and rules administered by the FCC that govern sponsorship identification in broadcast programming
10-15-2007 Enforcement Bureau proposes $96,000 in total forfeitures against six retailers for apparent violations of the DTV labeling requirements
10-09-2007 Enforcement Bureau and Cbeyond Communications, Inc. enter into $200,000 Consent Decree concerning compliance with rules governing protection and use of CPNI
09-28-2007 Enforcement Bureau and TELUS Communications, Inc. enter into $450,000 Consent Decree concerning compliance with the Universal Service Fund and other regulatory programs
09-21-2007 Comcast issued NAL for possible violation of Commission's sponsorship identification rules
09-10-2007 Hearing Proceeding commenced to determine whether to revoke the operating authority of Kurtis Kintzel, Keanan Kintzel, and their common carrier companies
09-05-2007 FCC Seeks Applicants for 2007 Engineer-in-Training Program
08-30-2007 FCC Proposes $2.825 Million In Forfeitures For Violations Of E911 Handset Requirements
07-20-2007 Hearing proceeding commenced to determine whether Pendleton C. Waugh, Charles M. Austin and Jay R. Bishop are qualified to remain a Commission licensee
07-17-2007 Consent Decree with Verizon concerning compliance with Part 4 of the Rules regarding the reporting of network outages
05-30-2007 Commission Issues Notice of Apparent Liability for Forfeiture Against Syntax-Brillian Corporation.
05-30-2007 Commission Issues Notice of Apparent Liability for Forfeiture Against Regent U.S.A., Inc.
05-15-2007 Forfeiture Order issued against Carrera Communications, LP for violating the USF and regulatory program laws
05-11-2007 Consent Decree with Teletronics, Inc. concerning possible violations of USF and regulatory program laws
05-03-2007 Forfeiture Order issued against InPhonic, Inc. for violating the USF and regulatory program laws
04-13-2007 Broadcasters Pay $12.5 Million to Resolve Possible "Payola" Violations
02-16-2007 Consent Decree between the Enforcement Bureau and CSSI Non-Profit Educational Broadcasting Corporation related to the Commission's underwriting rules
02-14-2007 2006 Biennial Regulatory Review, Enforcement Bureau Staff Report
01-30-2007 Hearing proceeding commenced to determine whether David L. Titus is qualified to remain a Commission licensee
12-04-2006 FCC Revokes Amateur Radio License of David Edward Cox
11-06-2006 FCC Issues Order on Remand Addressing Earlier Broadcast Television Indecency Decisions
10-17-2006 FCC Denies Petition Regarding Viacom and Infinity Radio
10-17-2006 FCC Denies Petition Regarding Emmis Communications Corporation
09-22-2006 Public Comments filed after Voluntary Remand to FCC of Fox Television Stations, Inc. and CBS Broadcasting Inc. v. FCC
09-21-2006 Consent Decree with Telecom House, Inc. concerning possible violations of section 254 of the Communications Act
09-15-2006 Order of Forfeiture against OCMC, Inc. concerning failure to meet statutory and regulatory obligations related to the Universal Service Fund
09-15-2006 Order of Forfeiture against Telecom Management, Inc. concerning failure to meet statutory and regulatory obligations related to the Universal Service Fund
09-15-2006 Consent Decree with Communication Services Integrated, Inc. concerning failure to meet statutory and regulatory obligations related to the Universal Service Fund
09-15-2006 Hearing proceeding to determine whether Terry Keith Hammond, KBKH(FM), Shamrock, Texas is qualified to remain a Commission licensee
09-07-2006 FCC Announces Filing Procedures in Connection with Court Remand of Section III.B of the Commission's March 15, 2006 Omnibus Order Resolving Numerous Broadcast Television Indecency Complaints
08-30-2006 Hearing proceeding to determine whether Timothy Doty is qualified to remain a Commission licensee
08-29-2006 Notice of Apparent Liability against Local Phone Services, Inc. for apparent failure to meet its statutory and regulatory obligations related to the Universal Service Fund
08-07-2006 FCC Seeks Applicants for 2006/2007 Engineer-in-training Program
08-01-2006 Hearing proceeding to determine whether Robert Landis is qualified to remain a Commission licensee
07-26-2006 In the Matter of Recommendations of the Independent Panel Reviewing the Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Communications Networks; Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
07-13-2006 FCC Proposes Forfeiture in Context of Its CPNI Investigation
07-03-2006 EAS Waiver Extensions Granted to Very Small Cable Systems
07-03-2006 Enforcement Bureau Seeks Comment on Qwest Communications International, Inc. Section 272 Biennial Audit Report
06-19-2006 Recommendations of the Independent Panel Reviewing the Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Communications Networks
05-31-2006 FCC Denies Request for Reconsideration of Super Bowl XXXVIII Halftime Show Forfeiture Order
05-24-2006 FCC'S Independent Panel Reviewing the Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Communications Networks Announces Final Meeting Scheduled for June 9, 2006 at FCC Headquarters
05-11-2006 FCC Issues Consent Decree With Pilot Travel Terminating Forfeiture Proceeding Regarding Marketing of Radio Frequency Devices
04-26-2006 FCC'S Independent Panel Reviewing the Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Communications Networks Announces Next Meeting Scheduled for May 12, 2006 at FCC Headquarters
04-21-2006 FCC Proposes $100,000 Forfeiture against CBeyond Communications, LLC. for apparent violation of the rules by failing to prepare and maintain a certificate in compliance with the rules governing protection and use of CPNI
04-18-2006 FCC Proposes Forfeitures Totaling $750,000 against Dobson Cellular Systems, Inc. and American Cellular Corporation for Apparent Violations Concerning Providing Enhanced 911 (E911) Phase I service
04-03-2006 FCC's Independent Panel Reviewing the Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Communications Networks Announces Next Meeting Scheduled for Tuesday, April 18, 2006 at FCC Headquarters
03-23-2006 Enforcement Bureau and Koch Industries, Inc. Enter into $75,000 Consent Decree Regarding Not Relating Truthful and Accurate Statements to the Commission in License Applications by Entities
03-15-2006 FCC Releases Orders Resolving Numerous Broadcast Television Indecency Complaints
03-15-2006 FCC Proposes Forfeiture Against San Jose Navigation, Inc. for Marketing Unauthorized Equipment
03-10-2006 Enforcement Bureau issues $22,500 Monetary Forfieture against Elf Painting and Wallpapering for unsolicited advertisements to telephone facsimile machines
03-01-2006 EAS Waivers for Certain Small Cable TV Systems Requesting Waiver Extensions Extended To June 30, 2006; Additional Information To Support Certain Pending WAS Waiver Requests Sought By April 15, 2006
02-28-2006 The Commission today issued an NAL totaling $776,500 against First Choice Healthcare for unsolicited advertisements to telephone facsimile machines
02-17-2006 FCC's Independent Panel Reviewing the Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Communications Networks Announces Next Meeting Scheduled for Monday March 6, 2006 at the Mississippi e-Center at Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi
02-16-2006 FCC Proposes $1,000,000 Forfeiture Against Behringer USA, Inc. for Marketing Unauthorized Equipment
02-03-2006 Notice of Procedures for Applying to Make Oral Presentations at the Next Meeting of the Federal Communications Commission's Independent Panel Reviewing the Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Communications Networks
02-01-2006 Enforcement Bureau Opens New Docket for the February 6, 2006 Filing of CPNI Compliance Certifications
01-30-2006 Enforcement Bureau Directs All Telecommunications Carriers to Submit CPNI Compliance Certifications
01-30-2006 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $100,000 Monetary Forfeiture Against AT&T for Failure to Comply With CPNI Carrier Certification Requirements
01-30-2006 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $100,000 Monetary Forfeiture Against Alltel Corporation for Failure to Comply with CPNI Carrier Certification Requirements
01-30-2006 Opening Remarks of Chairman Kevin J. Martin at the FCC's Independent Panel on Hurricane Katrina
01-24-2006 Enforcement Bureau Seeks Comment on AT&T, Inc. Section 272 Biennial Audit Report in EB Docket No. 03-199
01-20-2006 Enforcement Bureau issues Citations to Data Find Solutions, Inc. and 1st Source Information Specialists, Inc. for Failure to Produce Documents and Information Pertaining to Their Obtaining Customer Call Information from Telecommunications Carriers.
01-12-2006 Notice of Appointment of Members to Serve on Federal Communications Commission's Independent Panel Reviewing the Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Communications Networks; and Independent Panel's First Meeting Scheduled for January 30, 2006
11-07-2005 Enforcement Bureau Outlines Requirements of November 28, 2005 Interconnected Voice Over Internet Protocol 911 Compliance Letters
11-03-2005 Commission Amends Emergency Alert System (EAS) Rules to Include Digital Media Technologies and Seeks Further Comments on EAS System
10-31-2005 FCC proposes forfeitures totaling $699,774 against two telecommunications providers:Communication Services Integrated, Inc. and Global Teldata II, LLC for violations concerning the registration, filing and contribution requirements of the Commission's Universal Service program
10-31-2005 Enforcement Bureau Provides Additional Guidance to Interconnected Voice Over Internet Protocol Service Providers Concerning Enforcement of Subscriber Acknowledgement Requirement
10-28-2005 FCC Reminds Communications Providers How to Contact Agency for Emergency Assistance After Normal Business Hours
10-26-2005 Written Statement of Kenneth P. Moran Director, Office of Homeland Security, Enforcement Bureau, Federal Communications Commission, Hearing on Ensuring Operability During Catastrophic Events Before the Committee on Homeland Security, Subcommittee on Emergency Preparedness, Science, and Technology, United States House of Representatives
10-07-2005 FCC Launches New Web Site Explaining Its Broadcast Obscenity, Indecency and Profanity Rules, Complaint Procedures and Enforcement Actions
10-03-2005 Enforcement Bureau and Locus Telecommunications, Inc. enter into $330,000 Consent Decree concerning an investigation of Locus' obligations to register, file reports and make contributions regarding the Universal Service Fund and other regulatory programs
09-29-2005 Written Statement of Kenneth P. Moran Director, Office of Homeland Security, Enforcement Bureau, Federal Communications Commission, Hearing on Hurricane Katrina and Communications Interoperability
09-13-2005 Enforcement Bureau Commences Hearing Proceeding to Determine Whether David Edward Cox is Qualified to Remain a Commission Licensee in Light of His Recent Felony Convictions
09-27-2005 Enforcement Bureau Provides Further Guidance to VOIP Providers Concerning Enforcement of Subscriber Acknowledgement Requirement
09-13-2005 FCC Proposes $529,300 Forfeiture Against Telecom House, Inc. concerning failure to comply with the filing and contribution requirements of the Commission's universal service and other regulatory programs
09-13-2005 FCC Proposes $282,000 Forfeiture Against BCE Nexxia Corporation concerning failure to meet its statutory and regulatory obligations relating to the universal service program
09-07-2005 Written statement of Kenneth P. Moran, Director, Office of Homeland security Enforcement Bureau Federal Communications Commission on Hurricane Katrina
09-01-2005 FCC and NARUC Announce Members of Joint Federal/State VOIP Enhanced 911 Enforcement Task Force
08-26-2005 Enforcement Bureau Provides Further Guidance to VOIP Providers Concerning Enforcement of Subscriber Acknowledgement Requirement
08-12-2005 FCC Proposes Almost $1.5 Million in Forfeitures for Universal Service Fund Violations
07-26-2005 Enforcement Bureau Provides Guidance on VOIP Providers' July 29, 2005 Subscriber Notification Deadline
06-25-2005 FCC Proposes Over $2 Million in Forfeitures for Universal Service Fund and Other Regulatory Program Violations
07-01-2005 Enforcement Bureau Seeks Comment on Verizon Communications, Inc. Section 272 Biennial Audit Report in EB Docket No. 03-200
06-27-2005 Sale or Use of Transmitters Designed to Prevent, Jam or Interfere with Cell Phone Communications is Prohibited in the United States
05-26-2005 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $8,000 and $16,000 Forfeitures Against Three Licensees of Washington, D.C. Area Television Stations, ACC License, Inc., NBC Telemundo License Co. and Fox Television Stations, Inc., for Apparent Violations of the Emergency Information Accessibility Rules
04-29-2005 Chairman Kevin J. Martin Announces His Intention to Appoint the FCC Chief of Staff, Announces a Staff Change, and Announces His Intention to Appoint Select Bureau Chiefs
03-15-2005 Statement of Enforcement Bureau Chief David H. Solomon on Consent Decree Approved by Administrative Law Judge in Hearing Case Regarding the Telecommunications Relay Service Fund (EB Docket No. 02-149)
03-14-2005 FCC Denies Indecency Complaints Against Segment Introducing November 15, 2004 “Monday Night Football” Broadcast
03-11-2005 Linda Blair Returns to Position as Deputy Chief, Enforcement Bureau; Robert Pepper Named Acting Chief, Office of Strategic Planning and Policy Analysis
03-11-2005 FCC and Sprint Enter into $4 Million Consent Decree to Resolve Slamming Investigation
03-01-2005 FCC Proposes $770,000 Forfeiture Against Dynasty Mortgage, L.L.C. for Apparent Violation of National Do-Not-Call Rules
02-28-2005 Commission Denies Indecency Complaints Against Veterans Day Broadcast of “Saving Private Ryan”
02-28-2005 FCC Denies Indecency Complaints Against “Will and Grace” Episode
02-28-2005 FCC Denies Indecency Complaint Filed Against “Arrested Development” Episode
02-25-2005 FCC Denies Indecency Complaint Against “Angel” Episode
02-23-2005 Statement of Chairman Powell on Three Proposed Forfeitures for Violation of Commission Closed Captioning Rules
02-23-2005 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $20,000 Forfeiture Against McGraw-Hill Broadcasting Company, Inc., San Diego, CA Regarding Making Emergency Information Accessible to Persons with Hearing Disabilities (Closed Captioning Rules)
02-23-2005 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $25,000 Forfeiture Against Channel 51 of San Diego, Inc. Regarding Making Emergency Information Accessible to Persons with Hearing Disabilities (Closed Captioning Rules)
02-23-2005 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $20,000 Forfeiture Against Midwest Television, Inc., San Diego, CA Regarding Making Emergency Information Accessible to Persons with Hearing Disabilities (Closed Captioning Rules)
02-03-2005 Enforcement Bureau and MCI, Inc. Enter into $100,000 Consent Decree Concerning Compliance with Rules Regarding Thousands-block Number Pooling
01-24-2005 FCC Denies 36 Indecency Complaints about Various Television Programs
01-12-2005 FCC Proposes $28,000 Forfeiture Against Univision Radio License Corporation for Apparent Violation of Telephone Broadcast Rules
01-07-2005 FCC Denies SBC's and Verizon's Requests to Discontinue Merger Audits
01-03-2005 FCC Affirms $25,000 Forfeiture Against A-O Broadcasting, Inc., for Violations of RF Radiation Limits and EAS Rules
12-23-2004 Commission Affirms Forfeiture for Broadcasting Prohibited Advertisements Over Noncommercial Educational Station
12-22-2004 FCC Proposes Maximum Forfeiture of $220,000 Against Entercom for Apparent Violations of Indecency Rule
12-21-2004 Enforcement Bureau and A.T.&T. Corp. Enter into $100,000 Consent Decree Concerning Compliance with Rules Regarding Thousands-block Number Pooling
12-16-2004 Enforcement Bureau and SBC Communications, Inc. Enter into $500,000 Consent Decree Concerning Schools and Libraries Program
12-13-2004 FCC and Samson Technologies Enter into $26,500 Consent Decree Concerning Equipment Requirements
12-10-2004 FCC Fines Three Licensees for Jointly Violating Radio Frequency Radiation Limits
12-10-2004 Commission finds BellSouth Special Access Discount Plan TSP Discriminates in Favor of BellSouth Long Distance, in Violation of Section 272
12-08-2004 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $23,500 Forfeiture against Warrior Custom Golf, Inc. for Violation of the TCPA & Commission's Rules regarding Transmitting Pre-recorded Unsolicited Advertisements to Residential Telephone Lines
12-01-2004 Enforcement Bureau and AT&T Enter into $500,000 Consent Decree Concerning Cramming Issues
12-01-2004 Enforcement Bureau and LCR Telecommunications, LLC Enter into $500,000 Consent Decree Concerning Apparent Slamming Violations
12-01-2004 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $22,500 Fine Against ELF Painting and Wallpapering Regarding Unsolicited FAX Advertising
11-23-2004 FCC Denies Indecency Complaints Against “Off Centre” Episodes
11-23-2004 FCC and Viacom Inc. Enter Into $3.5 Million Consent Decree Concerning Indecency Restrictions
11-23-2004 FCC Denies Indecency Complaints Against “Coupling” Episodes
11-23-2004 FCC Denies Indecency Complaints Against “Keen Eddie” Episode
11-23-2004 FCC Proposes Statutory Maximum Forfeiture of $55,000 Against WQAM License Limited Partnership for Apparent Violation of Indecency Rules
11-22-2004 FCC Proposes $125,000 Forfeiture Against Pilot Travel Centers for Apparent Violation of Equipment Authorization Rules
11-22-2004 Enforcement Bureau and Qwest Enter Consent Decree Regarding Lifeline/Linkup Outreach to Tribal Areas
11-01-2004 FCC Proposes to Fine ACR Electronics, Inc. for Apparent Violation of Equipment Marketing Rules
10-28-2004 Chairman Powell Praises Strong Universal Service Enforcement Action
10-22-2004 Enforcement Bureau Releases Consent Decree with Comcast Corporation Concerning the Requirements of the Cable Public Inspection File Rules
10-21-2004 Press Statement of FCC Chairman Michael K. Powell Regarding FCC Enforcement Bureau Consent Decrees on Children's Television Programming Rules for Cable Programmers
10-15-2004 FCC Proposes Maximum Forfeiture of $55,000 Against Entercom for Apparent Violations of Indecency Rule
10-12-2004 FCC Proposes $1,183,000 Forfeiture Against Fox Stations for Apparent Violation of Indecency Rule During Broadcast of “Married By America” Episode
09-30-2004 Enforcement Bureau Names Assistant Chief of Telecommunications Consumers Division
09-22-2004 FCC Proposes Statutory Maximum Fine of $550,000 Against Viacom-owned CBS Affiliates for Apparent Violation of Indecency Rules During Broadcast of Super Bowl Halftime Show
09-22-2004 James A. Dailey, Director, Enforcement Bureau Office of Homeland Security Makes Written Statement Concerning the Emergency Alert System (EAS) before the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Homeland Security, Subcommittee on Emergency Preparedness and Response
09-20-2004 Elizabeth H. Valinoti Named Legal Advisor to Chief of Enforcement Bureau
09-07-2004 Chairman Powell Applauds $400,000 FCC Enforcement Action Regarding the National Do-Not-Call Registry
08-12-2004 FCC and Emmis Communications Corporation Enter into $300,000 Consent Decree Concerning Indecency Restrictions
08-12-2004 FCC Notice of Proposed Rulemaking seeks comments on EAS system Rules Changes
08-09-2004 FCC Denies Complaints Against "Will and Grace" Episode
08-09-2004 FCC Denies Complaints Filed Against November 20, 2001, Episode of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
08-06-2004 Enforcement Bureau Names Assistant Chief of Investigations & Hearings Division
08-04-2004 Homeland Security Policy Council Highlights FCC Actions Promoting Homeland Security
08-04-2004 Commission Seeks Comment on Rule Changes for the Emergency Alert System
07-27-2004 FCC and Verizon Enter into $300,000 Consent Decree Concerning Accounting and Other Local Competition Safeguards
07-26-2004 George Dillon Named Assistant Chief of the Enforcement Bureau
07-09-2004 FCC and AT&T Enter into Consent Decree Concerning Do-not-call Issues
06-18-2004 FCC Proposes to Fine DIRECTV, Inc. $87,500 for Repositioning Satellite Without Authorization
06-18-2004 FCC Adjusts Maximum Forfeiture Penalties to Reflect Inflation
06-09-2004 FCC and Clear Channel Communications, Inc., Enter into $1.75 Million Consent Decree Concerning Indecency Restrictions
05-14-2004 Commission Affirms Forfeiture Against Entercom for Violations of Indecency Rule
04-28-2004 Enforcement Bureau Names Regional Counsels
04-08-2004 Commission Proposes Statutory Maximum Fine of $495,000 Against Subsidiaries of Clear Channel Communications, Inc. for Apparent Multiple Violations of Indecency Rules
04-08-2004 FCC Affirms Forfeiture Against Emmis for Violation of Indecency Rules
03-19-2004 FCC and ASC Telecom, Inc. Enter into $125,000 Consent Decree Concerning Branding and Rate Disclosure for Operator Service Provider-Assisted Calls
03-18-2004 FCC Finds That Broadcast of "F-word" During Golden Globe Awards Was Indecent and Profane
03-18-2004 FCC Proposes Statutory Maximum Forfeiture of $55,000 Against Capstar, a Subsidiary of Clear Channel, for Apparent Violations of Indecency Rule
03-18-2004 Commission Proposes Statutory Maximum Forfeiture of $27,500 Against Infinity for Apparent Indecency Violation
03-18-2004 FCC Affirms Forfeiture Against Infinity for Violation of Indecency Rule
03-12-2004 FCC Proposes Record Fine of $9 Million Against Qwest for Failure to File Interconnection Agreements
03-12-2004 Commission Proposes Statutory Maximum Forfeiture of $247,500 Against Clear Channel Communications for Apparent Violations of Indecency Rule
03-05-2004 Commission Summarily Rejects Infinity Petition for Reconsideration of Statutory Maximum Forfeiture Order for Indecency Violation
02-20-2004 Statement of Enforcement Bureau Chief David H. Solomon on $1.28 Million Consent Decree Regarding Long Distance Carrier Business Options, Inc.
02-02-2004 FCC Enforcement Bureau's Investigations and Hearings Division Announces Promotions
01-27-2004 Commission Proposes to Fine Clear Channel Communications $755,000 for Apparent Violations of Indecency and Public Inspection File Rules
01-27-2004 Commission Proposes to Fine Young Broadcasting of San Francisco, Inc., Statutory Maximum for Apparent Violation of Indecency Rules
01-26-2004 Enforcement Bureau Seeks Comment on SBC Communications Inc. Section 272 Biennial Audit Report in EB Docket No. 03-199
01-15-2004 FCC Proposes to Fine WCSS $560,000 for "Slamming" Violations
01-14-2004 Mark Stone Named Deputy Chief of FCC Enforcement Bureau's Telecommunications Consumers Division
01-14-2004 Elizabeth Yockus Mumaw Named Legal Advisor to Chief, Enforcement Bureau
01-14-2004 Christopher N. Olsen Named Deputy Chief of Enforcement Bureau
01-05-2004 FCC Fines FAX.COM Over $5 Million for Sending "Junk Faxes"
01-05-2004 Statement of FCC Chairman Michael K. Powell Regarding FCC Enforcement Action on Junk Faxes
12-29-2003 FCC Fines A-O Broadcasting $25,000 for Violations of RF Radiation Limits and Other Commission Rules
12-18-2003 Statement of Enforcement Bureau Chief David H. Solomon on First FCC Enforcement Action Under The National Do Not Call Registry
12-18-2003 Official Citation to CPM Funding, Inc., Irvine, California, for failure to honor the FCC's National Do Not Call rules
12-08-2003 Commission Fines WKRK-FM Statutory Maximum for Indecency Violation
11-25-2003 Gregory M. Cooke Named Deputy Director Of FCC Enforcement Bureau's Office of Homeland Security
11-07-2003 FCC Awards $12 Million in Damages to Competitive Local Exchange Carrier Starpower for Violation of Interconnection Agreement by Verizon
11-04-2003 Enforcement Bureau Revokes Licence Held by Radio Moultrie, Inc., Licensee of WMGA(AM), Moultrie, Georgia
11-03-2003 Statement of Enforcement Bureau Chief David H. Solomon on $1.2 Million Consent Decree Regarding Allegedly Misleading Telemarketing Campaign by Long Distance Carrier NOS Communications, Inc.
11-03-2003 Statement of FCC Chairman Michael K. Powell Regarding FCC Enforcement Action on Do-Not-Call Rules
11-03-2003 FCC Proposes to Fine AT&T Corporation $780,000 for Apparent Violations of Do-Not-Call Rules
10-31-2003 FCC Proposes to Fine Spectrasite Communications Statutory Maximum $120,500 for Antenna Structure Violations
10-22-2003 FCC Proposes to Fine Four Licensees Total of $40,000 for Jointly Violating RF Radiation Limits
10-22-2003 FCC Enforcement Bureau's Investigations and Hearings Division Announces Promotions
10-02-2003 FCC Establishes Special Do-not-call Enforcement Team
10-02-2003 Commission Proposes Statutory Maximum Forfeiture of $357,500 Against Infinity Broadcasting for Apparent Violations of Indecency Rules
10-02-2003 FCC Proposes Statutory Maximum Forfeiture of $55,000 Against AMFM Radio Licenses for Apparent Violations of Indecency Rules
10-01-2003 FCC and SBC Communications Enter into $1.35 Million Consent Decree Concerning Long Distance Requirements
09-30-2003 FCC Proposes to Fine Long-distance Reseller $806,861 for Failure to Make Universal Service Contributions
09-30-2003 Globcom Notice of Apparent Liability Statement by FCC Chairman Michael K. Powell
09-26-2003 Enforcement Bureau Issues Clarification of Guidance for Due Diligence Checks
09-08-2003 FCC Proposes to Fine Verizon $283,800 for Noncompliance with Rules Governing Transactions with Its Long Distance Affiliates
08-12-2003 Enforcement Bureau and Ralph H. Tyler Enter into Consent Decree Regarding Lack of Candor
07-17-2003 FCC and BellSouth Enter into a $1.4 Million Consent Decree Concerning Long Distance and Non-Discrimination Requirements
07-17-2003 FCC and T-Mobile Enter into $1.1 Million Consent Decree Regarding E911 Rules
07-16-2003 Enforcement Bureau's Technical and Public Safety Division Is Renamed Spectrum Enforcement Division
07-15-2003 Federal District Court Orders Civil Judgment Against Richard I. Rowland for Unlicensed Radio Operation
07-10-2003 FCC Establishes Office of Homeland Security; James Dailey Named Director
07-10-2003 FCC Homeland Security Action Plan
07-10-2003 FCC Homeland Security Initiatives, Statement by FCC Chairman Michael K. Powell
07-10-2003 Statement of Commissioner Michael J. Copps Re:Reorganization of the Enforcement Bureau and Establishment of Office of Homeland Security
06-12-2003 FCC and Cingular Wireless Enter into Consent Decree Regarding E911 Rules
05-12-2003 Rayon Sherwin "Junior" Payne Sentenced to Prison for Unlicensed Radio Operation
05-12-2003 FCC Proposes to Fine Western Wireless $200,000 for Unauthorized Operation Resulting from Noncompliance with Environmental Rules
05-07-2003 Qwest Admits Violations of Long Distance Ban - Company to Make $6.5 Million Payment to United States Treasury
04-23-2003 FCC Finds That Verizon Violated Interconnection Requirements
04-17-2003 FCC Grants Formal Complaint; Finds SBC in Violation of the SBC/Ameritech Merger Order
04-07-2003 FCC Orders Hearing into Apparent Deceptive Marketing Practices by NOS Communications, Inc. and Affiliated Carriers
04-07-2003 FCC Orders Hearing into Apparent Misrepresentations and Other Violations by Business Options, Inc.
04-03-2003 FCC Proposes a Forfeiture Against WKRK-FM for Apparent Indecency Violation (Includes Links to Dissenting Statement by Commissioner Copps and Statements by Commissioners Martin and Adelstein)
04-01-2003 Enforcement Bureau and Talk America, Inc. enter into a $475,000 consent decree regarding possible slamming violations
03-31-2003 FCC Fines Webnet $1,200,000 for Slamming Violations
03-20-2003 Enforcement Bureau and SBC enter into a $250,000 consent decree resolving a Bureau investigation into SBC's compliance with certain conditions imposed as part of the SBC-Ameritech merger
03-06-2003 Shlomo Malka Found in Contempt of Court-Ordered Injunction, Fined $35,000.00 for Unlicensed Radio Operation
03-05-2003 FCC Proposes to Fine T-Mobile USA, Inc. $1.25 Million for E911 Violations
03-04-2003 Verizon Admits Violations of Long Distance Marketing Ban - Company to Make $5.7 Million Payment to United States Treasury
03-04-2003 Press Statement of Chairman Michael K. Powell on Verizon Premature Marketing Consent Decree
02-14-2003 Maureen F. Del Duca Named Chief of FCC Enforcement Bureau's Investigations and Hearings Division
02-14-2003 William D. Freedman Named Deputy Chief of FCC Enforcement Bureau's Investigations and Hearings Division
02-14-2003 Rebecca L. Dorch Named Western Regional Director for the FCC Enforcement Bureau
02-14-2003 Mark Stone Named Enforcement Bureau Legal Advisor on Common Carrier Issues
02-10-2003 Unlicensed Radio Broadcaster Benjamin Leroy Carter Sentenced to 18 Months Probation, 4 Months of which Will be Served as Home Confinement
01-09-2003 Telemarketing Enforcement Actions Announced
12-26-2002 FCC and Two Wireline Carriers Enter into Consent Decree Regarding Deceptive Marketing Practices - NOS and ANI to Pay $1 Million
12-04-2002 William H. Davenport Named Assistant Chief of Enforcement Bureau's Investigations and Hearings Division
11-18-2002 FCC Proposes to Fine A-O Broadcasting $28,000 for Violations of RF Radiation Limits and Other Commission Rules
11-08-2002 Benjamin Leroy Carter, aka Malik "Copafeel" Abdul, Pleads Guilty in Federal District Court to Seven Counts of Unlicensed Operation.
11-06-2002 FCC Imposes Forfeiture of $133,000 Against Callais Cablevision, Inc., for Cable Leakage and EAS Violations
10-31-2002 FCC Imposes $117,000 Fine on AT&T Wireless for Multiple Antenna Structure Violations
10-17-2002 Enforcement Bureau and Yestel, Inc. Enter into $150,000 Consent Decree Regarding Slamming Investigation
10-10-2002 FCC Enforcement Bureau Reports on Major Accomplishments in Observing Its Third Anniversary
10-09-2002 Press Statement of Chairman Michael K. Powell on SBC Forfeiture Order Released Today
10-09-2002 Press Statement of Chairman Michael Powell on AT&T Consent Decree on E-911 Implementation
10-09-2002 FCC and AT&T Wireless Enter into $2,000,000 Consent Decree Regarding E911 Rules
10-09-2002 FCC Fines SBC Communications, Inc. $6 Million for Violations of Commission Merger Condition
09-23-2002 FCC Proposes Over $6.5 Million in Total Fines Against Two Carriers for Violations of Consumer Disclosure Requirements
09-04-2002 Anne L. Weismann Named Deputy Chief of Enforcment Bureau
09-04-2002 William Flippo Sentenced to 15 Months Confinement and $25,000 Fine for Unlicensed Operation on Amateur Radio Frequencies and Intentionally Interfering with Amateur Radio Communications.
08-20-2002 Enforcement Bureau and Verizon Enter $260,000 Consent Decree Regarding Merger Conditions
08-07-2002 FCC Proposes $5,379,000 Fine Against FAX.COM, Inc. for Violating "Junk FAX" Prohibition; Commissioner Abernathy Issues Separate Supporting Statement
07-24-2002 Enforcement Bureau and Qwest Enter $96,000 Consent Decree Regarding Collocation Posting
07-18-2002 FCC Enforcement Bureau Announces New Staff Assignment
07-08-2002 FCC and AT&T Wireless Services, Inc. Enter into $150,000 Consent Decree Regarding Spectrum Aggregation Limit
06-20-2002 FCC Proposes $1,200,000 Fine Against WEBNET for Slamming Violations
06-19-2002 FCC Orders Hearing into Apparent Violations of TRS Requirements by the Publix Companies
06-18-2002 FCC and AT&T Wireless Enter into $100,000 Consent Decree Regarding E911 Rules
06-06-2002 FCC's Enforcement Bureau Establishes Section 271 Compliance Review Program;Chairman Powell's Statement
05-29-2002 FCC Investigation Leads to Seizure of Unlicensed FM Radio Equipment
05-28-2002 FCC, SBC Communications, Inc. Agree to Consent Decree - SBC to Make $3.6 Million Payment to United States Treasury
05-23-2002 Lisa Burns Griffin Named Deputy Chief of Enforcement Bureau's Market Disputes Resolution Division
05-20-2002 FCC Proposes to Fine AT&T Wireless Services, Inc. $2.2 Million for E911 Violations
05-09-2002 FCC and Cingular Wireless LLC Enter into $100,000
Consent Decree Regarding E911 Rules
04-25-2002 FCC Proposes Fines Totaling $264,000 Against AT&T Wireless and Spectrasite Communications for Multiple Antenna Structure Violations
04-15-2002 FCC Fines SBC Communications, Inc. $100,000 for Violating Enforcement Bureau Order
03-19-2002 FCC Rules that AT&T and MCI Directory Assistance Practices Violated the Communications Act
03-08-2002 FCC Enforcement Bureau Announces Reorganization Structure
02-28-2002 FCC Rules that Verizon Violated Merger Condition
02-26-2002 FCC Amends Emergency Alert System Rules, Includes Child Abduction Alerts
02-25-2002 FCC Imposes $84,000 Fine Against SBC Communications Inc.
02-06-2002 FCC Proposes to Revoke Radio Licenses of Peninsula Communications, Inc.; Also Imposes $140,000 Fine
01-19-2002 FCC Proposes $6 Million Fine Against SBC Communications
01-17-2002 FCC Approves Reorganization Portion of Reform Effort
01-11-2002 FCC Imposes $1,107,500 Fine Against 21st Century FAX(es) for Violating ``Junk FAX'' Prohibition
12-17-2001 FCC Imposes $1,020,000 Fine Against America's Tele-Network Corp for Slamming Violations
10-16-2001 FCC Proposes to Fine SBC Communications, Inc. $2.52 Million
10-12-2001 FCC Imposes $90,000 Fine Against US Notary, Inc. for Violations of the TCPA Regarding Unsolicited Faxes
09-14-2001 FCC Enforcement Bureau and Verizon Enter into Consent Decree; Verizon to pay $77,000 and Implement Remedial Actions to Help Ensure Compliance with Local Competition Rule
09-10-2001 FCC Imposes $920,000 Slamming Fine Against All American Telephone, Inc.
09-10-2001 Enforcement Bureau Announces New Attorneys to Support Competition Enforcement
09-06-2001 FM Station Operator Convicted on Criminal Charges for Operating Without FCC Authorization
08-29-2001 FCC Proposes $140,000 Fine against Peninsula Communications, Inc. for Failure to Cease Translator Operations
08-02-2001 FCC and American Tower Enter into Consent Decree Regarding Antenna Structure Violations
06-15-2001 FCC Imposes $137,000 Fine Against PTT Telekom, Inc. for Failure to Make Required Universal Service Contributions
05-30-2001 Commission Holds that Access Rates Charged by Competitive Local Carrier Are Unlawfully High
05-29-2001 FCC Affirms $88,000 Fine Against SBC for Failing to Comply With Merger Conditions
05-25-2001 FCC Investigation leads to Arrest of Unlicensed FM Radio Operator
05-24-2001 FCC Enforcement Bureau Imposes $94,500 Fine Against SBC for Violations of Local Competition Rule
05-08-2001 FCC Upholds $750,000 Slamming Fine to Coleman Enterprises, Inc.
04-24-2001 Enforcement Bureau Proposes Fines Totaling $147,000 to 22 Carriers for failure to File Mandatory Number Usage Reports
04-17-2001 FCC Imposes $520,000 Slamming Fine Against AT&T
04-06-2001 FCC Releases Policy Statement Providing Guidance to Broadcasters Regarding Indecency Statute
04-05-2001 FCC Resolves Payphone Service Provider Complaints; Implements Payphone Compensation Obligations of Interexchange Carriers
04-02-2001 FCC Proposes $1,000,000 in Total Fines Against Two Carriers for Deceptive Marketing Practices
03-20-2001 FCC Adopts Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Emergency Alert System Rules
03-15-2001 Enforcement Bureau Imposes $88,000 Fine Against SBC for Failing to Comply with Merger Conditions
03-13-2001 FCC Proposes $1,020,000 Forfeiture Against America's Tele-Network Corp for Slamming Violations
03-05-2001 FCC Commences Hearing to Revoke Amateur Radio and GMRS Licenses of Tampa, Florida Pirate Radio Operator Leslie D. Brewer
02-20-2001 FCC Fines Matrix Telecom, Inc. for Failure to Make Required Universal Service Contributions
02-13-2001 FCC Orders Hearing into Apparent Rule Violations by Broadcaster in U.S. Virgin Islands
01-18-2001 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $94,500 Fine Against SBC for Violations of Local Competition Rule
01-16-2001 FCC Proposes Fines Totaling $327,000 for Antenna Structure Violations to American Tower Corporation, Telecorp Communications, AT&T Wireless and Spectrasite Corporation; Orders Further Investigation of American Tower Corporation
12-21-2000 FCC Proposes $640,000 Fine Against AT&T Communications for Slamming Violations
12-21-2000 FCC Announces Year 2000 Common Carrier-related Enforcement Action Totals
12-20-2000 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $88,000 Fine Against SBC for Violations of Merger-related Reporting Conditions
12-07-2000 FCC Proposes $1,107,500 Fine Against 21st Century Fax(es) for Violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act
12-07-2000 FCC Imposes $750,000 Fine Against Coleman Enterprises, Inc. d/b/a Local Long Distance, Inc. for Slamming Consumers
12-05-2000 FCC Imposes $154,000 Fine Against America's Tele-network Corp. for Failure to Make Required Universal Service Contributions
11-21-2000 FCC Enforcement Bureau Announces New Staff Assignments
11-02-2000 FCC and BellSouth Enter into A $750,000 Consent Decree Improving Compliance With Local Competition Rules
11-02-2000 FCC Imposes $230,000 Forfeiture Against Carolina Liquidators for Violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act
11-02-2000 Global Crossing to Change Payphone Compensation Practices and Pay $80,000
11-01-2000 Enforcement Bureau Concludes Nationwide Operator Service Investigation; Actions Include Consent Decrees Totaling $311,000, Citations, and A Nationwide Hospitality Industry Education Campaign
11-01-2000 FCC Fines Intellicall Operator Services for Failure to Make Required Universal Service Contributions
10-30-2000 Enforcement Bureau and Qualcomm Enter into Consent Decree Regarding E-911 Call Processing Requirements
10-27-2000 FCC and SBC Enter into Consent Decree Regarding Alarm Monitoring Service
10-23-2000 FCC Imposes $680,000 Forfeiture Against Vista Services Corporation for Slamming
10-23-2000 FCC Imposes Forfeiture Against Tri-Star Marketing for Violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act
10-19-2000 FCC Concludes 1-800-AMERITECH Service Violates Communications Act
10-17-2000 Enforcement Bureau and Verizon Enter into $250,000 Consent Decree Regarding Long Distance Verification and Record Retention
10-06-2000 FCC Denies Complaint Alleging Improper Marketing By Bell Atlantic in the New York Long Distance Market
09-08-2000 FCC and Coast Guard Join Forces in Life Saving Rescues at Sea Which Saved 13 Lives
08-29-2000 FCC Orders Hearing in Apparent Fraudulent Private Land Mobile Licenses in Dallas, Texas Area
08-01-2000 FCC, GTE Enter into Consent Decree Improving Compliance With Local Competition Rules; GTE Agrees to Pay $ 2.7 Million
08-01-2000 FCC Proposes Forfeiture Against US Notary for Violating the TCPA Regarding Unsolicited Faxes
08-01-2000 FCC Proposes Fine Against America's Tele-network Corp. for Failure to Make Required Universal Service Contributions
07-27-2000 FCC Proposes Fines Against Intellicall Operator Services and Matrix Telecom, Inc. for Failure to Make Required Universal Service Contributions
07-25-2000 FCC Investigation Leads to Arrest of Unlicensed Amateur Radio Operator
07-21-2000 Enforcement Bureau & Qwest Consent Decree Re Slamming; Qwest to Pay $1.5 Million
06-20-2000 Bell Atlantic Satisfies Consent Decree Re Electronic Ordering Systems
06-06-2000 FCC Action Nets Highest Slamming Payment Ever; MCI Worldcom to Pay $3.5 Million
05-17-2000 FCC Investigation Leads to Arrest of Unlicensed Fm Radio Operator
04-25-2000 Enforcement Bureau & Excel Enter into Consent Decree Regarding Slamming; Excel to Pay $400,000
03-27-2000 Sprint and Enforcement Bureau Enter Consent Decree Re Slamming of Consumers; Sprint to Pay $250,000
03-22-2000 Enforcement Bureau Proposes $11,000 Fine Against Echostar Satellite Corp. for Failing to Reserve Channel Capacity for Noncommercial Programming
03-09-2000 FCC Ensures Bell Atlantic Compliance With Terms of Long Distance Approval; Bell Atlantic Agrees to Pay Up to $27 Million $3 Million Payment Now and Up to $24 Million Later If Bell Atlantic Fails to Meet Specified Performance Standards
03-03-2000 Enforcement Bureau Fines Florida Man $10,000 for Marketing Unauthorized Radio Equipment
03-02-2000 FCC Imposes $1 Million Forfeiture Against BCI for Slamming Consumers Through the use of Forged Authorization Forms
03-02-2000 FCC Imposes Forfeiture for Violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act
03-01-2000 FCC & FTC Issue Joint Policy Statement on Deceptive Advertising of Long Distance Telephone Services
03-01-2000 MCI Worldcom and Enforcement Bureau Enter Consent Decree Regarding Marketing and Advertising Practices for Dial-around Services and Casual Billing Practices.
02-24-2000 The FCC and FTC to Make Policy Announcement Regarding Truth-in-advertising of Long Distance Services.
02-17-2000 FCC Imposes $2 Million Forfeiture Against Long Distance Direct, Inc. for Slamming and Cramming Consumers.
02-09-2000 FCC Imposes $1.36 Million Forfeiture Against Amer-i-net for Slamming Consumers Through the Use of Forged Authorization Forms.
01-13-2000 FCC's Enforcement Bureau Proposes $100,000 Fine Against Telmex Usa for Failure to Provide Lines and Circuits to Competitors
01-07-2000 FCC Investigation Leads to Arrest of Suspect Interfering With Police Freqs in Los Angeles.
12-15-1999 FCC Proposes $85000 Forfeiture for Viol. of Telephone Consumer Protection Act By Faxing Unsolicited Ads.
11-23-1999 Virginia Man Indicted for Operating Unlicensed Fm Broadcast Station.
10-26-1999 New Enforcement & Consumer Information Bureaus Established.


last reviewed/updated on Tue Aug 26 18:15:47 EDT 2014


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