Each individual user controls which messages they respond to, how they respond to them and when they respond to them. User response is in aggregate and in direct proportion to how many messages and or links have been received.
Everyday electronic marketers and behavioral advertisers send out billions of unwanted messages in the form of email, instant messages, and web hyper links that are at best ignored or captured in spam filters. At worst, these unwanted messages cause incalculable social and financial harm – this is about to change.
Among response mechanisms available to Elazon™users is the ability to choose to have their computer call and deliver an audio message instructing the unwanted message sender to not send them more spam or links supplying malicious code. A popular Web 2.0 company that is delivering unwanted messages to their user base could easily receive 100,000 to 1 million telephone calls daily in addition to the Internet response. For more information, please visit www.elazon.com