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If you've picked up the phone in response to an unknown caller anytime in the last several years, chances are you've encountered this incessant and irritating automated message.
Brian Fung, CNN Business
The Federal Election Commission (FEC) approved Google's proposal to keep campaign emails out of spam folders on Aug. 11.
A task force of officials from all 50 states has organized to investigate and take legal action against telecommunications companies responsible for overseas robocalls in the U.S.
Many people use fake names when signing up for a new service online as a way to protect privacy. Turns out, that doesn't do a lot to keep companies from tracking you. But using an alternative or fake email address is an easy and more effective way to minimize tracking.
Monica Laliberte, WRAL exeuctive producer/5 On Your Side reporter
Want to reduce stress and start the new year off with a clean slate? Spend an hour registering your (or your parent's) address, email address and phone with these services.
Whether it's asking for your Social Security Number or claiming you owe money t the Internal Revenue Service, millions of illegal robocalls are being made every month to scam Americans out of personal information or money.
TCPA settlements -- violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. -- can pay out in the hundreds of dollars, and there is an easy way to know if you are eligible.
It'll soon be that time of year for fall colors and flavors. But Pumpkin Spice Spam?
One of the winners of this year's Nobel Prize for economics says he ignored two telephone calls, thinking they were spam calls, before the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences was able to get through to him.
A report by call protection company First Orion claims the number of span phone calls is expected to reach 45 percent of all dials by early 2019.