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Re: "Do not Call" should apply to political calls too
said by FFH:I totally agree. These robocalls, the people that create them, and the technology behind it are getting more and more intrusive every election. They call repeatedly and have become the very definition of harassment. I realize they are exempt from the Do Not Call list, which was the stupidest exception to the law I've ever heard of, but I file a complaint about every call, every time anyway.
"Do not Call" should apply to political calls too.
What do you think they did with all those robo-call machines with the DNC list banned them?
Expect it to get MUCH worse as each machine owner competes at lower and lower prices driving the calls into smaller and smaller elections. Pretty soon you will be getting robo-calls from your local city mayor. It'd imagine that at the growth rate we see on them every election it will completely saturate the entire telephone grid (not just comcast in a couple markets, but nationwide on every phone provider) 2 weeks before an election.
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I've never had a robocall from politicians, and I'm registered. I don't know if I put my # in the registration, though (likely not).