The new law may deter some scammers from posing as your neighbor, the IRS, etc

The new law may deter some scammers from posing as your neighbor, the IRS, etc

In its final form, it offers a handful of changes, including increased fines for scammers of up to $10,000 per call, and it’s supposed to speed up the rollout of the SHAKEN/STIR protocol for verifying calls. For the FCC, the law increases the time the agency has to go after robocallers. It also eliminates a rule that required the FCC to warn scammers before slapping them with a fine.

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Mister Manager
Mister Manager 2 months

This is the kind of legislation/regulation I can get behind

Ted Hill
Ted Hill 2 months

Boy I hate these scams and such too. However, 1st amendment wise, what is the argument for the government abridging the freedom to reach out to speak with the 'press' [technical assistance]? Fraud is already illegal, what makes this different?

T3hGladiator 2 months

That's awesome, but why so low.

AbsentSal 2 months

finally, a legislation all parties can get behind

Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 2 months

YOu love someone then find they went the extra mile to make you happy :) Thank You DJT

Nicholas Noel
Nicholas Noel 2 months

Why is there a 'max' on this? The sky should be the limit.

Roamer MGTOW
Roamer MGTOW 2 months

if only they could do that with ALL telemarketers and shysters.

Joel Robinson
Joel Robinson 2 months

This will work out just as well as the existing law. The problem comes from trying to enforce it.

Acris Aevum
Acris Aevum 2 months

um, okay, but don't these robocallers come from scammers for the most part? also scammers are from overseas, so end result is non existent right?

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