In recent years, unwanted calls have become a top priority for the FCC. In 2016, analysts estimated that US customers received over 2.4 billion robocalls per month. As a result, the FCC has provided carriers new tools to combat this problem.

The Federal Communications Commission has instituted five public policy initiatives to help slow down the widespread growth of robocalls and spam calls. The first deals with straight up blocking suspicious phone calls, and the primary call-blocking tool implemented involves allowing wireless carriers to legally reject calls at a network level, so they… more

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