Fox News: A federal agency that regulates the electronic manufacturing of electronic products is failing to update its standards for manufacturing electronic devices, and that could cost consumers billions of dollars.
The Electronic Device Manufacturing Standards are supposed to be updated to include an electronic component that allows for a computer to print out the printed page, rather than the other way around.
But they have not been updated since 2011, a new report says.
The Federal Communications Commission, which oversees the FCC, says it has reviewed more than 3,000 documents relating to the standards and found “no changes in any of the requirements for electronic manufacturing.”
A Federal Trade Commission spokeswoman said the agency is aware of the problems with the agency’s compliance with the rules and will investigate.
Fox News has obtained a copy of the report and is seeking comment.
A 2010 rule in the Consumer Product Safety Commission requires manufacturers to replace all components that have been exposed to moisture.
The agency also requires manufacturers and retailers to make sure all electronic devices and software are up to date on the latest security patches.
The report says that in 2017, only 1,098 of the 2,874 electronic devices that were tested were updated to the latest patch.
The FCC said in a statement that it was aware of one of the issues with the report, and is working to address it.
In the report dated Feb. 10, 2017, the FCC found that the agency had not done enough to update the standards.
It said the report failed to specify the exact cost of this failure and said that in its review of the issue, it did not find a single instance of a product failure that cost the agency more than $10,000.
The company that manufactured the device that produced the counterfeit, the report said, would have to spend at least $5,000 to replace the counterfeit.
That would not include any cost to consumers to repair or replace the product.
The counterfeit product could be sold to another company that manufactures it, the company could still make another counterfeit, or it could be purchased online.
The new report said that the cost of counterfeit counterfeit products was likely to be higher than the counterfeit products themselves because manufacturers could not be held accountable for them.
It also said that counterfeit counterfeiters can often use a counterfeit to make counterfeit products that are manufactured from recycled materials.
The Consumer Product Security Agency has said that it is investigating the counterfeit product and is currently reviewing the agency.
It says that the counterfeit devices found in the report may not be the same as the counterfeit versions that the FTC has been testing.
The FBI and the National Counterfeiting Center are investigating the reports findings.