The Federal Communications Commission issued an order on Wednesday, November 14, 2018, eliminating the “Solicited Fax Rule”—a blanket requirement created by the FCC in 2006 requiring senders of facsimile advertisements to include opt-out information on every facsimile, even if the recipient technically “solicited” the advertisement. This order came in (somewhat-delayed) response to the 2017 D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals opinion Bais Yaakov of Spring Valley v. FCC—authored by then-Judge/now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh—which held that imposing such a requirement exceeded the authority given to the FCC by the 2005 Junk Fax Prevention Act. The order explicitly renders moot all pending petitions for retroactive waiver of the Solicited Fax Rule, and has the added effect of resolving any remaining circuit splits on the issue.