FCC proposes rules that would curb annoying robocalls

FCC proposes rules that would curb annoying robocalls

The FCC said Wednesday that it will vote in June on whether to let wireless carriers block spam calls by default. Right now, customers have to take the extra step of requesting tools from their carriers or downloading apps to help them weed out most unwanted calls. Under the proposed rules, the agency won’t require carriers to provide such services or mandate that the tools offered are free.

consistency 1 year

smug douchebag almost totally redeeming himself after his hideous embarrassment with net neutrality.

Randy Souse-Git
Randy Souse-Git 1 year

Get YouMail. It does a good job via crowd sourcing to identify and block SPAM robo-callers and is a very robust VVM that you take with you from phone to phone, carrier to carrier and even number to number if you ever do need to change your number. It can also integrate into your PC, tablet, whatnot to extend where and how you interact with your VVM. I've been using it for at least 5 years and have come to view it as essential.

James Sanford (Retroambassador)
James Sanford (Retroambassador) 1 year

bet he's tired of getting calls from john oliver

Midgetelf 1 year

Wait... he's doing a good thing? I'm confused...

ThatOneGuy WhoDoesThatThing
ThatOneGuy WhoDoesThatThing 1 year

Do It!

Sean 1 year

and now in English?

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