Doesn't this assume fraudulent calls are NOT being made off of established "legitimate" carrier networks. A valid certificate doesn't mean it's not a fraud call, does it? I may be missing something here.

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Doesn't this assume fraudulent calls are NOT being made off of established "legitimate" carrier networks.  A valid certificate doesn't mean it's not a fraud call, does it? I may be missing something here. Empty Doesn't this assume fraudulent calls are NOT being made off of established "legitimate" carrier networks. A valid certificate doesn't mean it's not a fraud call, does it? I may be missing something here.

Post by alan.percy@telcobridges.c on Thu Feb 21, 2019 3:47 pm

In the near future, calls that arrive without an idenity token at terminating service providers will either be presented as "un-verified", sent to a "Captcha-like" application, or be rejected.

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