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T-Mobile Cites FCC’s Decision In 2018 To Block “Unwanted” Or “Spam Text Messages” As Excuse To Censor The Gateway Pundit Links On Text

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This past weekend we learned the tech giants are using a frightening new method to censor and control what you are able to see, read and discuss online.

One of our readers had recently reached out to T-mobile through chat support and was sent a link to a Reuters article discussing an FCC decision on censoring texts. The decision was actually meant to stop robotexts and spam messages, not individual texts. The customer service representative admitted that the carrier has been censoring websites via the transmission of text messages.

According to TGP reader Nathan, when he pointed out that the decision from FCC was not meant for individual texts, a T-mobile rep defended and admitted that they could censor for other reasons as well. The rep also admitted that other mobile networks are censoring our text messages as well…

To read more visit The Gateway Pundit.

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CC January 6, 2022 at 5:25 am

People cancel T-mobile. I just did. It’s what we have to do. AT&T and Verizon better take notes or they are next. We need a America First cell phone company that we can trust.

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