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Friends, God, and Oh My God: Jon Coopere @joncoopertweets Follow Trump is running television ads to ask people to call 800-350-6647 and press 1 to DEMAND that Pelosi and Schumer fund the wall. Buried at the end, the announcer says, "press 2 if you do NOT support funding the wall Friends, you know what to do. #NoWall 12:07 PM-17 Jan 2019 114 Retweets 120 Likes 24 tl 114 120 kevindrakewriter: nitramgniknilra: bogleech: systlin: m-is-for-mungo: calleo: Oh my god, the 50s TV announcer voice at that number… Also, it will say press 1 to support the wall, repeat that, make the sound a cell phone makes when a call has been disconnected if you don’t respond, and then say “Press 2 if you do not support the wall.” Did it to fact check, and it does in fact make the “end call” noise making you believe the call was done before you could press 2 to say you don’t support the wall. I’ve done this four times today.  okay but does pressing 2 even actually do anything or did they probably just rig it to produce their pro-wall data anyway? In twenty years this post will be in a textbook to teach kids why neoliberalism was a useless joke. Know that this isn’t Trump’s ad but House Freedom Fund, a political action committee closely affiliated with the conservative Republican House Freedom Caucus. If you call this number you could be handing over your phone number to be robo called by this committee for fund raising. There is nothing impartial about this. It is pointless to act on this number as the source is already biased for the wall and any dissenting call will just have their data collected, probably; I don’t have any real evidence of this but that’s my guess as to what is going on here.
Friends, God, and Oh My God: Jon Coopere
 @joncoopertweets
 Follow
 Trump is running television ads to ask people
 to call 800-350-6647 and press 1 to DEMAND
 that Pelosi and Schumer fund the wall. Buried
 at the end, the announcer says, "press 2 if you
 do NOT support funding the wall
 Friends, you know what to do.
 #NoWall
 12:07 PM-17 Jan 2019
 114 Retweets 120 Likes
 24 tl 114 120
kevindrakewriter:

nitramgniknilra:

bogleech:


systlin:

m-is-for-mungo:

calleo:

Oh my god, the 50s TV announcer voice at that number…
Also, it will say press 1 to support the wall, repeat that, make the sound a cell phone makes when a call has been disconnected if you don’t respond, and then say “Press 2 if you do not support the wall.”


Did it to fact check, and it does in fact make the “end call” noise making you believe the call was done before you could press 2 to say you don’t support the wall.

I’ve done this four times today. 

okay but does pressing 2 even actually do anything or did they probably just rig it to produce their pro-wall data anyway?


In twenty years this post will be in a textbook to teach kids why neoliberalism was a useless joke.

Know that this isn’t Trump’s ad but 
House Freedom Fund, a political action committee closely affiliated with the conservative Republican House Freedom Caucus. 

If you call this number you could be handing over your phone number to be robo called by this committee for fund raising. There is nothing impartial about this. It is pointless to act on this number as the source is already biased for the wall and any dissenting call will just have their data collected, probably; I don’t have any real evidence of this but that’s my guess as to what is going on here.

kevindrakewriter: nitramgniknilra: bogleech: systlin: m-is-for-mungo: calleo: Oh my god, the 50s TV announcer voice at that number… A...

Facebook, Google, and Internet: TECH E.U. NIXES CONTENT LAW July 5 The European Parliament votes against controversial set of copyright laws that would require online platforms to pay and censor shared content The European Parliament voted against a controversial set of copyright laws that digital rights campaigners said could change the way content is shared online. One rule that was voted against, known as Article 13, would have required online platforms like Google and Facebook to filter out content that infringed on copyright laws. The proposed law sparked debate over how music, images, and videos would be shared over the internet. Executive director of the London-based digital rights organization Open-rights Group, Jim Killock said: - “Round one of the Robo-Copyright wars is over. The E.U. Parliament has recognized that machine censorship of copyright material is not an easy and simple fix.” ___ Many digital rights activists worried the legislation could affect meme culture, as memes traditionally re-purpose images or video clips. ___ Another element of the proposed set of rules, known as Article 11, would require online platforms to pay publishers for news video clips. ___ The copyright directives were initially approved by the European Parliament Committee on Legal Affairs last month, but aggressive protests by digital rights activists allowed for a secondary vote in the E.U. Parliament chamber. The laws will be reworked and voted on again in September.
Facebook, Google, and Internet: TECH
 E.U. NIXES CONTENT LAW
 July 5 The European Parliament votes
 against controversial set of copyright laws
 that would require online platforms to pay
 and censor shared content
The European Parliament voted against a controversial set of copyright laws that digital rights campaigners said could change the way content is shared online. One rule that was voted against, known as Article 13, would have required online platforms like Google and Facebook to filter out content that infringed on copyright laws. The proposed law sparked debate over how music, images, and videos would be shared over the internet. Executive director of the London-based digital rights organization Open-rights Group, Jim Killock said: - “Round one of the Robo-Copyright wars is over. The E.U. Parliament has recognized that machine censorship of copyright material is not an easy and simple fix.” ___ Many digital rights activists worried the legislation could affect meme culture, as memes traditionally re-purpose images or video clips. ___ Another element of the proposed set of rules, known as Article 11, would require online platforms to pay publishers for news video clips. ___ The copyright directives were initially approved by the European Parliament Committee on Legal Affairs last month, but aggressive protests by digital rights activists allowed for a secondary vote in the E.U. Parliament chamber. The laws will be reworked and voted on again in September.

The European Parliament voted against a controversial set of copyright laws that digital rights campaigners said could change the way conten...