With the FCC’s recent movement on the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the FCC and Congress seek to find the middle ground between protecting consumers’ privacy and an industry burdened by litigation. Watchdog groups and the private sector are becoming increasingly engaged. The DC Circuit has provided the FCC with a roadmap for reform, which Chairman Ajit Pai seems to support, but ultimately, Congress may have to weigh in. How will legislation move in such a partisan environment? And what can the FCC do on its own? Shareholders Rich Benenson and Michael Pryor and Policy Advisor Greta Joynes dive in and explain.