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FCC Consumer Guides – Now in Vietnamese, Tagalog, Chinese and Korean

2017 November 8
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by Kyla Hunt

We are passing this along for the Consumer Affairs and Outreach Division of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in Washington, DC.

The FCC has newly translated consumer guides in Vietnamese, Tagalog, Chinese and Korean.  When the FCC contacted the American Library Association, they identified the State of Texas as having a particularly high population of Asian American and Pacific Islander individuals, and they wanted to share this information with librarians throughout the state.

Below are links to the top 5 consumer guides searched for on the FCC’s webpage.  Links are included in various languages.

Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA):

Stop Unwanted Calls, Texts, and Faxes:

Antennas and Digital Television:

Spoofing and Caller-ID:

International Long Distance Calling Made Simple Tip Sheet:

Questions? Contact the FCC directly at their Contact page.

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