Pierce Gorman’s 34 years of engineering for T-Mobile and Sprint included a leading role in the creation of STIR/SHAKEN.
A deal between Singapore and Australia sees the East Asian country align with a growing web of similar deals between Western nations.
Roy Cox was never made to pay a USD1.1mn penalty for past violations but is now blamed for 3.5% of all US robocalls since 2018.
Prof. Feng Hao of Warwick University has a bottom-up method for checking CLIs that could be much cheaper than the US approach.
Symbio Group did not check the origin of hundreds of thousands of spam calls because they lacked the tools to do so.
But they also want to weaken rules that currently require politicians be held to the same standard as marketeers.
The government of China has every reason to disrupt US ambitions by copying and improving upon US plans for verifying CLIs globally.
Indians reported a deluge of unsolicited adverts via Google Messaging after mobile operators gave free access to unsuitable businesses.
The FCC’s Commissioners ignored facts presented by US telcos because they conflict with myths about American exceptionalism.
What is the point of calculating a hefty nominal punishment if it can be neutralized by showing an empty bank statement?