Proposed Regulation or Rule
Eliminate unlawful text messages
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Public comment period has ended
The public comment period has ended, so you no longer can provide comments on this proposed rule.
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You can provide your thoughts to the FCC until Nov. 25, 2022
A proposed regulation would attempt to put a stop to spam texts, by requiring mobile providers to block texts from sources that "are highly likely to be illegal."
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is seeking comments from the public regarding questions such as how much of a problem is this to you and would blocking the most suspicious texts cause legitimate texts to be blocked.
The public comment period runs through Nov. 25, 2022.