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How the FCC Can Protect Consumers from Unwanted Political Text Message Spam
Have you been getting bombarded with unwanted political text messages on your personal cell phone? Have you noticed that opting out of these annoying messages leads to an endless game of whack-a-mole, such that replying “STOP” or “UNSUBSCRIBE” only causes you to receive similar messages from different phone numbers?
In an opinion piece for The Hill, Catalyst Campaign’s founder and CEO Scott Goodstein calls on the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) new leadership to put an end to unwanted political text message spam.
Read more here.