Hilarious! I don't think the good guys will ever win this game. Think about it: someone is buying whatever they're selling, or they wouldn't be paying people to call. Much better for our mental health to figure out how not to be annoyed with the calls if we can't stop them. A nice Asian lady is babbling into my cell phone on a regular basis, I can chose to laugh or to fume. I have no idea what she's saying, therefore I have no chance of stopping her.The scourge of the 21st century! The funniest ones are those that spoof my own number. Now, why would I answer a call from myself? I have several tactics for spam calls: If it's from an 800 number or an out of area number that I don't know, I pick up and don't say a word. It's usually a robocall and hangs up after a few seconds of silence. After a few times, I think they give up. If it might be from someone I know, I answer with "Who's calling?" If I don't get an immediate answer, or if it's a robocall, I hang up immediately. If a human answers, I really have fun--particularly if the English-language-challenged person purports be be from Microsoft or "Windows." I can give him a discourse about armadillos (fascinating creatures), I ask which computer he's calling about and pretend great confusion until he gives up, I deny having a computer at all, I pretend I can't understand a word he says (sometimes true),...you get the picture. There's no point in trying to report the infractions of the Do Not Call list--you never have the originating phone number, and the perps are often calling from a foreign country anyway. The apps like NoMoRobo work only on VoIP, not on old-fashioned landlines. It would be nice if AT&T did something to block spam calls for their landline customers, but I guess it would negatively effect the bottom line.