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  1. belfastdispatcher's Avatar
    NEVER SAID it wasn't........and not defensive over the iPhone.

    CIQ on iPhone YES limited and easy to turn off.
    CIQ on Android Phones Yes not so easy to turn off.
    CIQ on BB's yes easy to turn off. TMO even published which phones have it. Where's the problem Belfast? Or do I need to make a video of this.
    No need to be cheeky AP, if you're reffering to the other thread you might want to check again, the guy offered to make a video, I didn't ask for it.

    Point is some manufacturers have a history of turning features off not actually turning them off, Apple - locationgate, Microsoft - WP7 location tagging of the photos.

    I don't have it on my phone but if I did I can delete it, not just turn it off, you can turn it off but how much do you trust your phone to have it off? After all, it happened before.
    12-14-11 08:47 AM
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  4. belfastdispatcher's Avatar
    They probably can't wait to get their hands on the CIQ's database.
    12-15-11 06:46 AM
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