Cable Cos. Urge FCC To Aid Use Of Robocall Blocking Tech

Law360 (July 13, 2020, 7:47 PM EDT) -- A trade group for small cable providers has urged the Federal Communications Commission to make it easier for them to use third-party robocall blocking technology, by clarifying whether the providers can use the mechanisms implemented by the third party to investigate and resolve call-blocking disputes on their behalf.

In a July 10 letter, ACA Connects said the small operators they represent would be saddled with "costly administrative burdens that they are unequipped to handle" if they were required to facilitate call-blocking probes and disputes themselves, even though they relied on call-blocking technology from a third party.

"ACA Connects members ... are...

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