Today, the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Consumer Advisory Committee filed a recommendation on robocall block notification and critical call list development. The filing makes a recommendation to FCC Chairman Pai. This issue has been a high priority topic for the FCC. The filing can be read here.
If you missed part one of our new webinar series you can watch it HERE now. On Tuesday, we gathered leading policy experts to tackle some of the toughest issues facing consumers in tech policy. Panelists discussed how future consumer protections are shaping up, from privacy legislation and what to do about robocalls, to the […]
Few consumers have escaped the electronic sewage from telephone robocallers and marketer calls that violate our “do not call” registrations (DNCR). These malicious marketers waste consumer resources while riding upon automatic dialers and caller ID spoofing software. Those technologies help criminals flush high volumes of unsolicited calls onto innocent consumers. The calls waste consumers’ time, […]
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) says if you answer the phone and hear a recorded message instead of a live person, it’s a robocall. Robocalls are obnoxious and often are a prelude to fraud, yet they arrive every day and pester most of us. Robocalling is not like speeches in a public park where we […]
The few robocalls I get on my cellphone are fast-talker recordings on a political issue. I often retort even though they are not listening. I don’t get any public service warnings telling me of looming tornados, school snow days or Amber Alerts. I don’t get sales calls from companies I have no affiliation with. Somehow […]