FCC Enforcement Monitor: $11,000 fine for marketing of unauthorised device; and more
Pillsbury has published its FCC Enforcement Monitor for May 2014.
In this edition
- FCC proposes $11,000 fine for marketing of unauthorised device
- $2,944,000 fine for robocalls made without recipients’ consent
- Sponsorship identification complaint leads to $185,000 consent decree
- Premature consummation of transaction results in $22,000 consent decree
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