Podcast 41: [REDACTED], What the MEF?

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As mentioned last week, we’re not using the usual title, because that keeps being disapproved for shocking content or political advertising. Let’s see what happens today. Youtube continues working on this problem to determine what is going on. I have a feeling there’s an insider messing with the TADSummit channel.

This week things became serious for the MEF by kicking Queenie off a MEF panel. The Old-boys (and girls) network came to the MEF’s defense. As Johnny pointed out, attendance at MEF leads to sponsorship, and sponsorship leads to advocacy, and hence attempting to suppress facts.

Follow Eric Troutman on Linkedin to see all his posts around this topic. This short on Eric’s YouTube channel Queenie considers the reason she was kicked off the MEF panel. If you follow TADSummit you’ll know Eric is sharing facts, and we’ve gone into much more detail. Here is Eric’s post on his review of a

comment filed by Latham & Watkins in the record. And I thought, how odd. And when I cracked it open I could have not have been more delighted to see the Campaign Registry defending itself, publicly, before the Commission.

And not very well either…

Source: Eric Troutman, Czar of the TCPA

Let’s remember Americans are being spammed and robocalled, the messaging monopolies and Telecom Triopoly are making money off this. The money the carriers are making from A2P SMS seems to correlate with the dividend payments they are currently making. Correlation or causation? We’ll delve into that in more detail once we finalize the numbers.

The other big news was the vote against TikTok. 170m Americans are glued for an average of 56 minutes a day. The concern is not privacy of Americans, our personal data is available to buy from many sources. It’s the ability of TikTik to influence the US election.

Next in the government’s crosshairs will be the TCR. Check out this article from the Detroit News:

A recent lawsuit from TCR’s co-founder accused the company’s vetting operations of intentionally blocking messages of Arizona Republican Kari Lake’s senatorial campaign to benefit the company’s favored candidate. Per the lawsuit, he alerted TCR to this problem, but the company told its operational head, “…to let it go and not do anything.”

Source: Detroit News

The MEF has told Johnny their members will not acknowledge our work, kicking Queenie of a MEF panel shows how far they will go to suppress facts.

There needs to be accountability, our children and parents are being spammed, robcalled, scammed and subject to inappropriate content. A few crooks are making millions to billions from this abuse. It is the duty of everyone in telecoms to not ignore this, rather support the people leading the charge against the few people suppressing the facts, and hence enabling the crooks.

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