John Lambert • about 10 years ago
Automate the process...
Tie the Do Not Call database to a registration database of telemarketing companies, with a complaint database.
If your number was in the DNC, and you get a call, log it in the complaint database (available via kiosk at the mall). Once the number (which is a part of a series on numbers, most TM's have 100's of numbers available to them) is logged say 3 times, a trigger is activated from within the DoD's DNS Servers to write a rerouting routine for that companies internet data and in the stoke of minutes, they're off line until the fine is paid. Set it what you want. This is a portion of my submission. All very doable, the technology already exists, the db links would need to be made. This can almost be a hands off - automated dunking booth approach to an annoying problem.
Put speach to text Kiosks in the malls for those that are uncomfortable using online technology - and with that, let's all go down to the mall for coffee and while we're there nose dive a telemarketing business!
VoIP based telemarketers simply can not live (exist) without accurate DNS records to handle their call volume; routing their calls to other VoIP numbers or land & cell based hops to get the call to those devices. These triggers can be implemented from the DoD's DNS servers which are still maintained for the nation. These DNS servers can right down (issue mandatorily) rerouting instructions in the whole nation and basically shut down a VoIP business in minutes. DNS is their vulnerable spot.
Keep it simple and keep the people in charge. We can do this.
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