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FCC Will Now Allow Your Carrier to Block Robocalls ‘Aggressively’

[2019-06-06 20:36:42]

We’re all likely annoyed by robocalls in the U.S. Luckily, the Federal Communications Commission just did something about it. The FCC on Thursday unanimously voted on a proposal that will give U.S. carriers much more power to start “aggressively” blocking robocalls and spam calls by default. Under the new rules, carriers are now able to ......

FCC Will Now Allow Your Carrier to Block Robocalls ‘Aggressively’


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