[External] Re: Google Abuse
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Wed Aug 17 15:48:25 UTC 2022
I wouldn't call it a serious claim. By their own admission T-Mobile
filters messages based on content.
Now, there is no indication I'm aware of, that it is political in
nature. But they do, factually, throw away messages based on their
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On Wed, Aug 17, 2022 at 10:46 AM Tom Beecher <beecher at beecher.cc> wrote:
> It's a pretty serious claim to say that cell providers were selectively not delivering messages based on content.
> Unless you have some more concrete evidence beyond "I sent a few texts" , this list is no place for such things, nor the insinuation of political agendas.
> On Wed, Aug 17, 2022 at 10:54 AM Ethan O'Toole <telmnstr at 757.org> wrote:
>> > They may tell you they are not but there is no doubt in my mind they are and
>> > if they got caught their response would be “Oopsie, my bad”.
>> > -richey
>> During Covid hysteria cellular carriers were definitly scrubbing text
>> messages that contained things against whatever the agenda was.
>> There was no errors from the cellular carriers that the message didn't go
>> through, it just never arrived to the destination. Tested it first hand,
>> T-Mobile to Verizon, T-Mobile to AT&T and vice versa. Payload was links to
>> a few websites that weren't popular with the left, like that Doctor Robert
>> Malone guy. These were not using URL shorteners that are sometimes
>> considered spam.
>> - Ethan
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