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EAS FALSE ALERT REPORTING RULE NOW IN EFFECT

On Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019 the False Alert Reporting Rule became effective. From this point on all EAS participants are required to report false alerts that they have sent to the FCC.  Here is the rule as adopted by the FCC:

 

"False Alert Reporting: Pursuant to section 11.45(b), an EAS Participant must inform the Commission if it discovers that it has transmitted a false alert. This rule provides that:  No later than twenty-four (24) hours of an EAS Participant’s discovery (i.e., actual knowledge) that it has transmitted or otherwise sent a false alert to the public, the EAS Participant must send an email to the Commission at the FCC Ops Center at FCCOPS@fcc.gov, informing the Commission of the event and of any details that the EAS Participant may have concerning the event."