Spoofed Calls Meet their Match
The so-called TRACED Act, which was signed into law at the end of December 2019, should make it easier for consumers to identify robocalls so that they can avoid answering them. The legislation requires telecom carriers to implement, at no extra charge, a number-authentication system to help consumers identify who’s calling. It also increases penalties for robocallers who flout the law.
- Read an article from Consumer Reports.
- Learn from the Federal Communications Commission how to stop unwanted robocalls and texts.
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