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|27th September 2005, 04:58||#1|
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Feds to enforce VoIP cutoffs?
Despite misgivings aired by Net phone companies and more recently by U.S. senators, tens of thousands of VoIP users could see their service disrupted this week.
The Federal Communications Commission is scheduled on Wednesday to begin enforcing its requirement that VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol) providers that use the public telephone network make sure that 100 percent of their customers know whether they can access 911 services. Those customers who haven't acknowledged that they can or cannot access the emergency network are to be restricted from regular VoIP usage.
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