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How about ANTI-disinformation digital switch-over flyers?!?

by shawnlin / December 3, 2007 3:28 AM PST

How about ANTI-disinformation digital switch-over flyers?!?!?

Is anyone like EFF or the FCC working on that? I'm just sayin' - educated tech-heads of the world - be empowered to inform those who don't know better, ya know? I'd be happy to put flyers at my apartment complex and hand them out.

Yeah, that isn't much of a battle cry - feel free to create one...maybe something like "consumer empowerment now!" something...


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How about ANTI-disinformation digital switch-over flyers?!?
by wizkids32 / December 5, 2007 6:32 AM PST

Good Ideal Shalin how about no one who has Cable Satellite and cell phone service like Verizon no one will be loosing there TV at all.

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Isn't that a double negative?

Wouldn't anti-disinformation flyers be... I dunno... just flyers? Happy

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