On June 18, the FCC held an Open Commission Meeting, during which the Commission adopted Chairman Wheeler’s proposal to strengthen consumer protection under the TCPA. The set of declaratory rulings included in the proposal affirms consumers’ rights to revoke their consent to receive robocalls or robotexts at any reasonable time an in any reasonable way, and gives carriers the ability to provide consumers with “Do Not Disturb” technology. The Commission’s June 18 Action by Declaratory Ruling and Order was described as an effort to close “loopholes and [strengthens] consumer protections already on the books.”