Those Chinese-language phone scams are on the rise again.
The move to crack down on spam and fraudulent calls is still voluntary and lacks a deadline.
A Wired reporter tells about the man responsible for nearly 100 million automated calls.
It was a great idea when it started. Now, it's become a bit of a joke.
Ever picked up the phone and heard a woman on the other end with information about your credit card who sounded totally legit? Here is some advice on how to avoid being conned by these calls.
The Federal Communications Commission passed new rules today to make it even tougher for telemarketers to make those unsolicited "robocalls." And lesson of the day: Don't call Kai during our live broadcast.