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Title 47Chapter ISubchapter BPart 64


TITLE 47—Telecommunication

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER B—COMMON CARRIER SERVICES (CONTINUED)

PART 64—MISCELLANEOUS RULES RELATING TO COMMON CARRIERS

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Subpart A—TRAFFIC DAMAGE CLAIMS

§64.1
Traffic damage claims.
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Subpart B—RESTRICTIONS ON INDECENT TELEPHONE MESSAGE SERVICES

§64.201
Restrictions on indecent telephone message services.
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Subpart C—FURNISHING OF FACILITIES TO FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS

§64.301
Furnishing of facilities to foreign governments for international communications.
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Subpart D—PROCEDURES FOR HANDLING PRIORITY SERVICES IN EMERGENCIES

§64.401
Policies and procedures for provisioning and restoring certain telecommunications services in emergencies.
§64.402
Policies and procedures for the provision of priority access service by commercial mobile radio service providers.
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Subpart E—USE OF RECORDING DEVICES BY TELEPHONE COMPANIES

§64.501
Recording of telephone conversations with telephone companies.
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Subpart F—TELECOMMUNICATIONS RELAY SERVICES AND RELATED CUSTOMER PREMISES EQUIPMENT FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

§64.601
Definitions and provisions of general applicability.
§64.602
Jurisdiction.
§64.603
Provision of services.
§64.604
Mandatory minimum standards.
§64.605
Emergency calling requirements.
§64.606
Internet-based TRS provider and TRS program certification.
§64.607
Furnishing related customer premises equipment.
§64.608
Provision of hearing aid compatible telephones by exchange carriers.
§64.609
Enforcement of related customer premises equipment rules.
§64.610
Establishment of a National Deaf-Blind Equipment Distribution Program.
§64.611
Internet-based TRS registration.
§64.613
Numbering directory for Internet-based TRS users.
§64.615
TRS User Registration Database and administrator.
§64.617
Neutral Video Communication Service Platform.
§64.619
VRS Access Technology Reference Platform and administrator.
§64.621
Interoperability and portability.
§64.623
Administrator requirements.
§64.630
Applicability of change of default TRS provider rules.
§64.631
Verification of orders for change of default TRS providers.
§64.632
Letter of authorization form and content.
§64.633
Procedures for resolution of unauthorized changes in default provider.
§64.634
Procedures where the Fund has not yet reimbursed the provider.
§64.635
Procedures where the Fund has already reimbursed the provider.
§64.636
Prohibition of default provider freezes.
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Subpart G—FURNISHING OF ENHANCED SERVICES AND CUSTOMER-PREMISES EQUIPMENT BY BELL OPERATING COMPANIES; TELEPHONE OPERATOR SERVICES

§64.702
Furnishing of enhanced services and customer-premises equipment.
§64.703
Consumer information.
§64.704
Call blocking prohibited.
§64.705
Restrictions on charges related to the provision of operator services.
§64.706
Minimum standards for the routing and handling of emergency telephone calls.
§64.707
Public dissemination of information by providers of operator services.
§64.708
Definitions.
§64.709
Informational tariffs.
§64.710
Operator services for prison inmate phones.
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Subpart H—EXTENSION OF UNSECURED CREDIT FOR INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES TO CANDIDATES FOR FEDERAL OFFICE

§64.801
Purpose.
§64.802
Applicability.
§64.803
Definitions.
§64.804
Rules governing the extension of unsecured credit to candidates or persons on behalf of such candidates for Federal office for interstate and foreign common carrier communication services.
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Subpart I—ALLOCATION OF COSTS

§64.901
Allocation of costs.
§64.902
Transactions with affiliates.
§64.903
Cost allocation manuals.
§64.904
Independent audits.
§64.905
Annual certification.
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Subpart J—[RESERVED]

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Subpart K—CHANGES IN PREFERRED TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICE PROVIDERS

§64.1100
Definitions.
§64.1110
State notification of election to administer FCC rules.
§64.1120
Verification of orders for telecommunications service.
§64.1130
Letter of agency form and content.
§64.1140
Carrier liability for slamming.
§64.1150
Procedures for resolution of unauthorized changes in preferred carrier.
§64.1160
Absolution procedures where the subscriber has not paid charges.
§64.1170
Reimbursement procedures where the subscriber has paid charges.
§64.1190
Preferred carrier freezes.
§64.1195
Registration requirement.
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Subpart L—RESTRICTIONS ON TELEMARKETING, TELEPHONE SOLICITATION, AND FACSIMILE ADVERTISING

§64.1200
Delivery restrictions.
§64.1201
Restrictions on billing name and address disclosure.
§64.1202
Public safety answering point do-not-call registry.
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Subpart M—PROVISION OF PAYPHONE SERVICE

§64.1300
Payphone compensation obligation.
§64.1301
Per-payphone compensation.
§64.1310
Payphone compensation procedures.
§64.1320
Payphone call tracking system audits.
§64.1330
State review of payphone entry and exit regulations and public interest payphones.
§64.1340
Right to negotiate.
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Subpart N—EXPANDED INTERCONNECTION

§64.1401
Expanded interconnection.
§64.1402
Rights and responsibilities of interconnectors.
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Subpart O—INTERSTATE PAY-PER-CALL AND OTHER INFORMATION SERVICES

§64.1501
Definitions.
§64.1502
Limitations on the provision of pay-per-call services.
§64.1503
Termination of pay-per-call and other information programs.
§64.1504
Restrictions on the use of toll-free numbers.
§64.1505
Restrictions on collect telephone calls.
§64.1506
Number designation.
§64.1507
Prohibition on disconnection or interruption of service for failure to remit pay-per-call and similar service charges.
§64.1508
Blocking access to 900 service.
§64.1509
Disclosure and dissemination of pay-per-call information.
§64.1510
Billing and collection of pay-per-call and similar service charges.
§64.1511
Forgiveness of charges and refunds.
§64.1512
Involuntary blocking of pay-per-call services.
§64.1513
Verification of charitable status.
§64.1514
Generation of signalling tones.
§64.1515
Recovery of costs.
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Subpart P—CALLING PARTY TELEPHONE NUMBER; PRIVACY

§64.1600
Definitions.
§64.1601
Delivery requirements and privacy restrictions.
§64.1602
Restrictions on use and sale of telephone subscriber information provided pursuant to automatic number identification or charge number services.
§64.1603
Customer notification.
§64.1604
Prohibition on transmission of inaccurate or misleading caller identification information.
§64.1605
Effective date.
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Subpart Q—IMPLEMENTATION OF SECTION 273(D)(5) OF THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT: DISPUTE RESOLUTION REGARDING EQUIPMENT STANDARDS

§64.1700
Purpose and scope.
§64.1701
Definitions.
§64.1702
Procedures.
§64.1703
Dispute resolution default process.
§64.1704
Frivolous disputes/penalties.
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Subpart R—GEOGRAPHIC RATE AVERAGING AND RATE INTEGRATION

§64.1801
Geographic rate averaging and rate integration.
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Subpart S—NONDOMINANT INTEREXCHANGE CARRIER CERTIFICATIONS REGARDING GEOGRAPHIC RATE AVERAGING AND RATE INTEGRATION REQUIREMENTS

§64.1900
Nondominant interexchange carrier certifications regarding geographic rate averaging and rate integration requirements.
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Subpart T—SEPARATE AFFILIATE REQUIREMENTS FOR INCUMBENT INDEPENDENT LOCAL EXCHANGE CARRIERS THAT PROVIDE IN-REGION, INTERSTATE DOMESTIC INTEREXCHANGE SERVICES OR IN-REGION INTERNATIONAL INTEREXCHANGE SERVICES

§64.1901
Basis and purpose.
§64.1902
Terms and definitions.
§64.1903
Obligations of all incumbent independent local exchange carriers.
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Subpart U—CUSTOMER PROPRIETARY NETWORK INFORMATION

§64.2001
Basis and purpose.
§64.2003
Definitions.
§64.2005
Use of customer proprietary network information without customer approval.
§64.2007
Approval required for use of customer proprietary network information.
§64.2008
Notice required for use of customer proprietary network information.
§64.2009
Safeguards required for use of customer proprietary network information.
§64.2010
Safeguards on the disclosure of customer proprietary network information.
§64.2011
Notification of customer proprietary network information security breaches.
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Subpart V—RECORDING, RETENTION AND REPORTING OF DATA ON LONG-DISTANCE TELEPHONE CALLS TO RURAL AREAS AND REPORTING OF DATA ON LONG-DISTANCE TELEPHONE CALLS TO NONRURAL AREAS

§64.2101
Definitions.
§64.2103
Retention of call attempt records.
§64.2105
Reporting requirements.
§64.2107
Reduced retention and reporting requirements for qualifying providers under the Safe Harbor.
§64.2109
Disclosure of data.
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Subpart W—RING SIGNALING INTEGRITY

§64.2201
Ringing indication requirements.
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Subpart X—SUBSCRIBER LIST INFORMATION

§64.2301
Basis and purpose.
§64.2305
Definitions.
§64.2309
Provision of subscriber list information.
§64.2313
Timely basis.
§64.2317
Unbundled basis.
§64.2321
Nondiscriminatory rates, terms, and conditions.
§64.2325
Reasonable rates, terms, and conditions.
§64.2329
Format.
§64.2333
Burden of proof.
§64.2337
Directory publishing purposes.
§64.2341
Record keeping.
§64.2345
Primary advertising classification.
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Subpart Y—TRUTH-IN-BILLING REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMON CARRIERS; BILLING FOR UNAUTHORIZED CHARGES

§64.2400
Purpose and scope.
§64.2401
Truth-in-Billing Requirements.
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Subpart Z—PROHIBITION ON EXCLUSIVE TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONTRACTS

§64.2500
Prohibited agreements.
§64.2501
Scope of limitation.
§64.2502
Effect of state law or regulation.
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Subpart AA—UNIVERSAL EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER

§64.3000
Definitions.
§64.3001
Obligation to transmit 911 calls.
§64.3002
Transition to 911 as the universal emergency telephone number.
§64.3003
Obligation for providing a permissive dialing period.
§64.3004
Obligation for providing an intercept message.
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Subpart BB—RESTRICTIONS ON UNWANTED MOBILE SERVICE COMMERCIAL MESSAGES

§64.3100
Restrictions on mobile service commercial messages.
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Subpart CC—CUSTOMER ACCOUNT RECORD EXCHANGE REQUIREMENTS

§64.4000
Basis and purpose.
§64.4001
Definitions.
§64.4002
Notification obligations of LECs.
§64.4003
Notification obligations of IXCs.
§64.4004
Timeliness of required notifications.
§64.4005
Unreasonable terms or conditions on the provision of customer account information.
§64.4006
Limitations on use of customer account information.
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Subpart DD—PREPAID CALLING CARD PROVIDERS

§64.5000
Definitions.
§64.5001
Reporting and certification requirements.
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Subpart EE—TRS CUSTOMER PROPRIETARY NETWORK INFORMATION.

§64.5101
Basis and purpose.
§64.5103
Definitions.
§64.5105
Use of customer proprietary network information without customer approval.
§64.5107
Approval required for use of customer proprietary network information.
§64.5108
Notice required for use of customer proprietary network information.
§64.5109
Safeguards required for use of customer proprietary network information.
§64.5110
Safeguards on the disclosure of customer proprietary network information.
§64.5111
Notification of customer proprietary network information security breaches.
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Subpart FF—INMATE CALLING SERVICES

§64.6000
Definitions.
§64.6010
Cost-based rates for inmate calling services.
§64.6020
Interim safe harbor.
§64.6030
Inmate calling services interim rate cap.
§64.6040
Rates for Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS) calling.
§64.6050
Billing-related call blocking.
§64.6060
Annual reporting and certification requirement.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 64—Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP) System for National Security Emergency Preparedness (NSEP)
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 64—Priority Access Service (PAS) for National Security and Emergency Preparedness (NSEP)


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