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Topic - Scott Goodstein
"They've taken a tool and technology we used to help people get voter information and turned it into a very sophisticated way to do voter suppression tactics and annoy people with false and misleading information," said Scott Goodstein of Revolution Messaging, a Democratic-leaning mobile communications firm. "Worse yet, people are being charged to receive these messages."
"It is clear to us that mobile advertising should fall in that same category," said Revolution founder and CEO Scott Goodstein, who built out President Obama's mobile and social media strategy during the 2008 campaign as his campaign's external online director.