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Mate3.com Networking Stream-Transcript 1

Welcome to the mate3.com networking of individual claims and input audio stream pt.1.
This is the first segment of our networking to discover the uncollected, the missing and mishandled claims of those that have had the 1st party experience. Many things that we are going to do here have never been done. We are going to keep up with the registered and authorized individuals and agencies responsible for collecting and handling our individual claims and input. 
It was the truth about what happens when ordinary people shared their claims of experience. That truth caused me to activate the mate3.com network. You see when people want solutions, remedies or advocacy, the first step sets the policy. That first step organizing response is critical. When a person shares or confides a claim of experience with whomever is collecting it; A handling policy needs to be in place. Without that policy it becomes difficult to retrieve what has already been claimed.
The individual input handling policies al…

Reducing Counter-Organizing of Individuals

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Social movements start with the problem selection & victim identification process. The first rule for choosing who should be taking the lead as advocate should be determined by 1st party experience. In many political vacuums a spontaneous advocacy emerges based on temporary emotions in places where long term solutions are needed. To stop counter organizing we must realize the power of advocacy for the average person. Best advocacy starts at the point of choosing who takes the claim. If there is no model in place the advocacy will be under-defined and will falter. The model for advocate and claim handler selection should be by a policy agreed on in advance. Policies and options for the average person to have advocacy and redress should be clear.  History has validated better outcomes when pre-organized mutual agreement based communication is in place. The practices for choosing claim collectors and advocates on specific issues at every point should be in place beforehand.  Advocate…

Your Claim & Suggestion Property Rights

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Is Your Input Your Property?Intellectual property (IP) is a legal term that refers to creations of the mind. Examples of intellectual property include words, phrases, symbols, designs etc...   The thinking is that creators will not have sufficient incentive to invent unless they are legally entitled to capture the full social value of their inventions". The intellectual property found in words is desirable because it encourages thought analysis which inspires innovation to perspective. Mate3.com acknowledges the one giving the input and organizes it in a way to keep the one providing the input engaged in defining their problem and selecting a solution. It’s true that a Copyright does not cover ideas and information themselves; but it does cover the form or manner in which they are expressed. That’s a key reason for joining a mutual agreement to exchange answers to three questions about your 1st party experience. Secondarily that agreement empowers each individual to have inclusio…

Mate3.com Networking Reference Blogs

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click here to go to inputconnect.blogspot.com _________________________________________________________________________________ click here to go to theiicma.blogspot.com
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click here to go to yoursuggestions.info
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click here to go to vta101.com _________________________________________________________________________________ click here to go to m3products.blogspot.com
________________________________________________________________________________ click here to go to sochockey.com
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click here to go to ourdetroit.info
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