Finally, some words of comfort for Americans who have been frustrated by an endless stream of threatening robocalls to their landlines and mobile phones. The Federal Communications Commission (FC) has issued new rules that will make it easier for carriers to stop automated calls.
For blocking those calls, the companies will use algorithms and network scanning in the same way that they do for scanning emails. It will not, however, completely stop the calls; instead, it will give customers the option to opt out. However, the regulator stated that the 5 million automated calls that consumers receive each month will undoubtedly be reduced.
Only one thing unites Republicans and Democrats, conservatives and liberals, libertarians and socialists, carnivores and vegetarians, and fans of Ohio State and Michigan in America, according to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai. They’re all exhausted and sick of being inundated with unwanted automated calls.
Various blocking functions have been devised by some telephone service providers. The FCC will allow companies like AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and others to offer their customers the option of blocking calls from any numbers that are not in their contact list or that are not on their approved list of numbers.