Last month alone, Americans were bothered by more than 5 billion robocalls -- computer-automated, unsolicited marketing or scam calls that are jangling our phones -- and our tempers -- with growing frequency. What can we do to win the war on robocalls? And what can Congress do to rein in the scammers? Joining us to explore these questions are Washington Post tech columnist Geoffrey Fowler, University of Maryland computer science professor Raymond Tu and Consumer Reports policy analyst Maureen Mahoney.
Can We Stop Robocalls?
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