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Aimed at combating fraudulent robocalls and phone number spoofing, the FCC has adopted rules based on the STIR/SHAKEN standards to help restore consumer trust in the calls we receive.

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The FCC requires that enterprises provide a “dispatchable location” to public safety at the time of a 911 call. Meeting the deadlines requires precise 911 location along with modern dynamic location capabilities.

Learn more about RAY BAUM’s Act

Kari’s Law

Kari’s Law, which went into effect on February 16, 2020, requires direct dialing to 911 and that enterprises notify designated personnel when a 911 call has been placed.

Learn more about Kari’s Law

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