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FCC Admits in Court That It Can’t Track Who Submits Fake Comments

March 19, 2019


FCC Admits in Court That It Can’t Track Who Submits Fake Comments
The process for tracking down instances of comment fraud at the FCC is, as its lawyers accurately portrayed in court, a f**king headache. But what this really means is, if the commission is going to continue to use the ECFS to solicit public comments, the system needs to be retrofitted or completely re-built to facilitate fraud detection.

March 19, 2019 at 05:00PM
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