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The Enforcement Bureau is the primary organizational unit within the Federal Communications Commission that is responsible for enforcement of provisions of the Communications Act, the Commission's rules, Commission orders and terms and conditions of station authorizations. Major areas of enforcement that are handled by the Enforcement Bureau are: (1) consumer protection enforcement; (2) local competition enforcement; and (3) public safety/homeland security enforcement.
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  Our Headlines  
07-02-2015 Public Notice: Open Internet Advisory Opinion Procedures
07-01-2015 FCC Reaches Agreement with TracFone to Unlock Mobile Phones
06-29-2015 Enforcement Bureau Statement on PayPal User Agreement Changes
06-17-2015 AT&T Mobility Faces $100M Fine for Misleading Consumers
06-15-2015 Five9 To Pay $2M Penalty For Failure to Meet Telecom Provider Duties
06-11-2015 Enforcement Bureau Alerts PayPal of TCPA Concerns with User Agreement
06-11-2015 Catholic Radio Overpower Operation Forfeiture Upheld
05-20-2015 ISPs Should Take Reasonable Steps to Protect Privacy
05-19-2015 iHeart to Pay $1M for Misusing EAS Tones During The Bobby Bones Show

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