The FCC Will Publicly Shame Robocallers and Telemarketers Every Week

By LeadsConAdminOctober 26, 2015

How will telemarketers respond to the FCC's plans to share dialing numbers? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

The FCC is ramping up its continued war against spammers and telemarketers. Today the commission announced that going forward, it will release data on robocall and telemarketing complaints every week. That'll include the numbers where these annoying and unwanted calls originate from, and the FCC hopes cellular providers and developers will build stronger "do not disturb" tools that take advantage of the data, which it's publishing in spreadsheet form.

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