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Ashley Moody Urges the FCC to Crack Down on Robocalls

This week, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to put measures in place that will help stem the tide of foreign-based illegal robocalls attempting to scam Americans. Moody, as part...

Ashley Moody: FCC Needs to Do More to Stop Robocallers From Misusing Legitimate Phone...

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody announced this week that she is leading efforts to garner support for the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) continued attempts to fight illegal robocalls. Scammers are finding ways to circumvent previously...

Charlie Crist Calls on DOJ to Increase Penalties for Spam Calls

Last week, U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist, D-Fla., called on the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to focus on collecting fines against spam callers and urged them to pursue more actions including jail time. Crist sent...
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House Passes Doris Matsui’s, Gus Bilirakis’ Emergency Reporting Act

The bill “will that will improve the resiliency of communications networks during emergencies.”

Marco Rubio Takes Aim at Huawei, ZTE With New Proposal

The bill would have the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) “clarify that it will no longer review, or approve, applications from companies on the Commission’s ‘Covered List’” and “prevent further integration and sales of Huawei, ZTE, Hytera, Hikvision, and Dahua – all Chinese state-backed or directed firms – in the U.S. regardless of whether federal funds are involved.”
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Al Lawson Calls on North Florida Families to Apply for Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

With open enrollment for the program starting on Wednesday, the congressman’s office stressed how it could benefit eligible families. 

Rick Scott Calls on Twitter, Facebook CEOs to Consider Social Media’s Impact on American...

"While Congress passed the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (15 U.S.C. §§ 6501–6506) to protect children using the internet, it does not address the health impacts of prolonged social media use."