FCC

988 to Become The 911 for Suicide Prevention
With what appears to be garnering pretty universal support, according to WMTW and the AP, federal regulators are set to make a major change to the number that is currently used for suicide prevention.
For years, the suicide hotline has been 800-273-8255 (TALK), but now the FCC and federal r…
Phone Scam: Can You Hear Me?
The FCC has been warning people about a new phone scam tactic that is becoming increasingly popular
The way it works: the scammers will call the victim and immediately ask, "Can you hear me?" and record the victim saying "yes." With that recording they'll then…