FCC hits robocaller with agency’s largest-ever fine of $120 million

The Federal Communications Commission has levied its largest fine ever against a Florida-based robocall network responsible for nearly 100 million calls over the last three months of 2016. The calls used “neighborhood spoofing” technology to include local area codes and the first three numbers of the recipient’s own phone number to encourage people to answer the calls. Read more at USA Today.

Categories: Law, Regulation

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