It's still about 100 numbers too many, but Google Voice has gone from blocking a decent swath of phone numbers—ranging from sex chat lines to nuns to some simply rural digits—to around 100.
The FCC, being all about neutrality nowadays, is probably still going to flick Google in the balls over it. Given that Google's clearly happy to give something away for free that costs a lot of money to make happen, would they really even consider charging Google Voice like they vaguely threatened? Nahhh. [Washington Post]