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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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Spectrum Enforcement Division
Telecommunications Consumers Division
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  Our Headlines  
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

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