Inside the Bureau
- Cox Communications to Pay $595,000 to Settle Data Breach Investigation
Press release for Cox Communications consent decree.
- FCC to Fine MC Dean $718K for Wi-Fi Blocking at Baltimore Conventions
FCC PLANS $718,000 FINE AGAINST M.C. DEAN FOR BLOCKING WI-FI AT BALTIMORE CONVENTION CENTER
- T-Mobile to Pay $17.5 Million to Resolve 911 Outage Investigation
Adopted an Order and Consent Decree terminating the Bureau's investigation into whether T-Mobile violated Sections 4.9, 20.18, and 64.3001 of the Commission's rules in connection with August 2014 911 outages
- AT&T Mobility Faces $100M Fine for Misleading Consumers
$100M Fine Proposed Against AT&T Mobility in Open Internet Transparency Rule Case
- Enforcement Bureau Alerts PayPal of TCPA Concerns with User Agreement
The Enforcement Bureau sent a letter to PayPal, Inc., alerting the company to TCPA concerns the Bureau has with the company's amendments to their User Agreement
- Verizon, Sprint to Pay $158M to Settle Illegal Billing Investigations
Adopted a Consent Decree in this Proceeding
About the Bureau
The Enforcement Bureau (EB) is the primary FCC unit responsible for enforcing the provisions of the Communications Act, the Commission's rules, orders, and various licensing terms and conditions. EB's mission is to investigate and respond quickly to potential unlawful conduct to ensure: (1) consumer protection in an era of complex communications; (2) a level playing field to promote robust competition; (3) efficient and responsible use of the public airwaves; and (4) strict compliance with public safety-related rules.