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Millions of Phone Numbers Are Being Reused Every Year

Here’s how to counter the risk to your privacy and security

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Recycling of phone numbers is a modern-day reality. In the US alone, approximately 100,000 mobile phone numbers are reassigned each day according to a report by the Federal Communications Commission.




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