Communication Protection Coalition
PACE has sponsored industry-wide Communication Protection Coalition (“CPC”) meetings in the past that addressed mitigating robocall blocking/labeling errors in an analytics-based framework. PACE is sponsoring another CPC meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 25 in Washington D.C. The focus this time is addressing mitigating blocking errors in a SHAKEN/STIR environment. This issue is one of the current topics addressed in a pending FCC proposed rulemaking. Many of the initial comments submitted noted the importance of protecting legal callers. Thus, if you commented on this topic, you may find attendance at the CPC meeting useful.
The meeting will be held in the same hotel hosting the PACE Washington D.C. Summit, which is the Intercontinental Washington D.C., 801 Wharf Street, SW Washington D.C., 20024. The CPC meeting will be from 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Registration will help us get an accurate count for logistics purposes.
An agenda will be forthcoming, and we expect to have all segments of the industry, including various regulators, attending. Given the various legislative proposals and regulatory proceedings addressing this topic, it is a timely opportunity for you to attend.
If you are also attending the PACE Washington Summit, you may add the CPC session to your registration to help facilitate meeting logistics. If you have already registered for Summit, please contact Kayci Vincent to add this meeting to your current registration.
Further questions can be directed to Karl Koster, of Noble Systems, at 404 851-1331 (x1397) or at email@example.com.