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Iristel calls for caller ID manipulation to be outlawed

News | 08/04/2020 6:20 pm EDT

Iristel Inc. has asked the CRTC to issue an order explicitly prohibiting the manipulation of caller ID information to circumvent routing restrictions, alleging in a Part 1 application that Rogers Communications Inc. may be involved in a scheme where some of its Canadian customers have had their caller ID tweaked to make it seem like calls are originating from the U.S.

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