CCMI Press & News

FCC Will Issue Latest Order to Stop Access Arbitrage

The FCC last attempted to address the issue of switched access arbitrage (also known as access stimulation) in 2019. Not surprisingly, it was not successful. As the agency ruefully notes, access arbitrage has been an ongoing problem

Fifth Circuit Court Finds Universal Service Fund Constitutional

In a case that could have had tremendous repercussions for the industry, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans released a Opinion affirming the constitutionality of the universal service fund and the Universal Service Administrative Company.

FCC Begins Proceeding to Update Reporting of Customer Data Breeches

It has been fifteen years since the FCC adopted a rule requiring telecommunications carriers and interconnected Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) providers to notify customers and federal law enforcement of breaches of customer proprietary network information (CPNI) in their possession.