[VoiceOps] Truth in CallerID act of 2010
abalashov at evaristesys.com
Thu Apr 15 17:39:38 EDT 2010
David Hiers on the Voiceops list pretty much nailed it:
On 04/15/2010 02:00 AM, David Hiers wrote:
> Near as I can tell... As long as the "intent to defraud, etc"
> exclusion is in there, pretty much nothing changes. You pretty much
> have to be trying to break another law (fraud, harm, etc) to get
> busted on this one. This just gives them one more arrow to shoot at
> the fraudster, and it'll even stick in an unsuccessful one at that!
> You can still mislead as much as you like if you are doing out of
> humor or laziness.
> Carriers are pretty much indemnified from almost everything; we can't
> have those billionaires actually responsible for anything, now can we?
> Still gotta get counsel's read on this one, of course.
> On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 9:24 PM, anorexicpoodle
> <anorexicpoodle at gmail.com> wrote:
>> While it hasn't been signed into law yet seems like its worth opening up a
>> discussion on the topic since its something we all deal with.
>> The first questions that come to mind are:
>> Where does the liability lie in a termination/wholesale situation where the
>> termination carrier doesn't own the numbers terminating calls through their
>> How does this impact services like SkypeOut or similar that mask all calls
>> with a common number?
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