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Comment on lawsuit

June 9, 2022
Comment on lawsuit from article on June 2, 2022
          I'd like to detail some things about how works. manufactures its own cell radios which are sold wholesale at companies like SES and ADI.  The monthly fee for the cellular pathway is paid to, and satisfies the radio networks. 
          After signals are sent to, the second step in the process is a re-transmission from to the central station, typically over IP.  Simultaneously, push notifications and text notifications configured by the end user can be broadcasted.  The end user can adjust many of the settings and features of but not the central station settings, as these are only accessible to the dealer admin. 
          The idea that a signal was received at but never re-transmitted to the central station seemingly limits the possibilities to: 
A faulty central-station configuration by the dealer (or none, you don't have to use one, some users just want texts). 
A complete failure by to ensure the signal was successfully re-transmitted (IE a pathway failed).
          I actually love and the user-friendliness of the platform.  I've never had any experience with signals failing re-transmission, this is extremely unusual.
Name withheld
          Thanks for the insight

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