Make an API for filing "do not call" violations.
It is currently somewhat tedious for people to file a 'do not call' violation through the web site. If there were an API available, then much of the information could be gathered automatically by a phone app. This would lead to better (more comprehensive and more accurate) reporting of do not call registry violations.
SSL option for IMAP/POP and TLS for SMTP
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William Chenoweth commented
I second this request, we get requests almost on a daily basis to add this feature to our phone API, does anyone have any alternatives? We would prefer to get the info straight from the source though.
What about companies violating FCC rules on secrete data.