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[liberationtech] White House Comment Line shut down!

cw wish117 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 27 17:18:57 PST 2017


There’s been some reports of people directly calling Trump’s Mar-a-Lago  to voice their complaints because the comment line is down. 

Personally, the thought of jamming up Trump’s businesses with these calls is a appealing, even if it’s utterly wrong in a million ways (eg, they’re not ‘official” complaints, having to “work” through Trump’s businesses, etc). 

> On Jan 27, 2017, at 17:11, Allen Gunn <gunner at aspirationtech.org> wrote:
> 
> It may go without saying, but a chilling aspect of this approach is it
> allows folks on the receiving end of these comments to do detailed
> social graph analysis on each commenter.
> 
> On 01/27/2017 04:58 PM, Griffin Boyce wrote:
>> Yosem Companys wrote:
>>> The White House comment line (202-456-1111) has been shut down.
>>> It is worth calling just to hear the message telling people to go away
>>> and send their comments via Fb messenger!
>> 
>>  I thought the bit about facebook messenger was odd, but it REALLY DOES
>> ask you to send the white house a facebook message.  That's insane, but
>> I guess on par with the level of insanity of the past week.  I'm
>> heartened by the swift action of activists fighting back. <3
>> 
>> ~Griffin
>> 
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