T-Mobile spys on your texts !

Discussion in 'privacy general' started by CloneRanger, Sep 26, 2010.

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  1. CloneRanger

    CloneRanger Registered Member

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    Well, censorship anyway. But if they aren't allowed some discretion in choosing what messages to deliver, their customers could get more spam and junk mail (well, "junk text" anyway), could they not? So how would you prevent that? Finding some kind of balance is difficult.
     
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    Yeah, after reading the arguments from T-Mobile, I think they were right to do what they did. Abuse of short code rules is nothing more than attempts to circumvent "the system" and fill our cell phones with spam. I don't trust that EZ Texting group and feel that T-Mobile was protecting their network and customers. I also believe that T-Mobile would be the last provider to censor texts or anything else based on content like WeedMaps.
     
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    Who is T-Mobile partnered with?
    What third party software do they use?
    Like they say, location, location , location awareness. :D
     
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