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FCC clarifies robocalls blocking rules: Carriers can use “any reasonable analytics” to block by default

June 7, 2019


Nothing brings people together like a common enemy, and spammy, scammy robocalls are universally despised.

“If there is one thing in our country right now that unites Republicans and Democrats, liberals and conservatives, socialists and libertarians, vegetarians and carnivores, Ohio State and Michigan fans, it is that they are sick and tired of being bombarded by unwanted robocalls,” FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said in a statement as the FCC clarified rules around exactly how far network operators can go to block suspected spam calls by default.

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