Between the two of you, there isn't much more to say. Rigel47's âoesmall number of companiesâ have resulted in over 600 court cases by the FCC; and $300 million doesn't go far when you are chasing callers who are providing spoofed info in their caller id packets. In those cases the FCC has to file a subpoena in each area that the call has gone through a telephone exchange starting with the one closest to the receiver. Law requires the FCC to complete all actions and file the case within one year, pretty hard to do when uncooperative countries may take six months to a year to honor records requests. The law was really popular and definitely bi-partisan, but when a bi-partisan committee met in 2008 to consider new ways to stop robocalls, neither house of congress acted on t he bill (Federal Robocall Privacy Act[) (pay attention here - this is how congress acts interested and doesn't let executive agencies actually do anything). You might also consider the FTC's enforcement actions in this area. The two Fs work togather fairly closely in this area. As for fuck's sake, my fuck doesn't need, nor want, you sake.