Apple, Alphabet-owned Google, AT&T, Comcast and other tech companies are joining an Federal Communications Commission task force charged with ending the scourge of
automated pre-recorded telemarketing calls. While a “Do Not Call Registry” went into play in 2003, voice over Internet protocol technology made it easy for scammers
operating beyond the U.S. to make long-distance calls that appear to come from within the country. Klint Finley explains.
- Wired, Monday, August 22, 2016 1:27 PM
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