Earlier this week, a Federal law was signed that required U.S.carriers to enact Stir/Shaken protocol for each cellular call. From what I read, Stir/Shaken is a protocol that carriers would implement that authenticates and assigns a value to each incoming call as being legitmate or not as coming from the number indicated. This would ideally prevent "spoofing" a number which so many scam robocallers use to make it appear it is coming from nearby so you would be more likely to pick up the call. Any insight as to how it might affect GV callers? Would it assume an outgoing call a GV makes be SPAM since GV works by spoofing the carrier # and replacing it with the GV #?