Thursday, June 6, 2019

The FCC Allows Carriers To block More Suspected Robocalls

How much do you want to bet that carriers start charging for this?

Under the order, telecom carriers have a legal greenlight to enroll consumers in their call-blocking services by default, as opposed to waiting for customers to sign up for such tools on their own. The change would “make it easier for consumers” to get robocall relief, said FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, noting that many people often are unaware such technology exists.