1. mralgi's Avatar
    Interesting read at a time when privacy and mobile security are both hot topics.

    https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/a...zumigo-tmobile
    01-08-19 07:22 PM
  2. Bla1ze's Avatar
    When they mentioned Bounty Hunters all I could think about was Dog chasing me and how I could probably outrun him even in my terrible shape. Though, to be fair, he is 66 years old.

    AT&T/T-MOBILE/SPRINT selling customer real-time location...-dog-bounty-hunter-hawaii-0319-2000x1257.jpg
    01-08-19 07:39 PM
  3. mralgi's Avatar
    When they mentioned Bounty Hunters all I could think about was Dog chasing me and how I could probably outrun him even in my terrible shape. Though, to be fair, he is 66 years old.

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    Yes, yes, YES!
    01-08-19 07:43 PM
  4. Bla1ze's Avatar
    Yes, yes, YES!
    On the real though, that's BS and they're skirting the rules. Sadly, they'll likely continue to do it unless the FCC changes the rules and well, I don't see that happening as long as Ajit Pai is there.
    01-08-19 07:47 PM
  5. mralgi's Avatar
    On the real though, that's BS and they're skirting the rules. Sadly, they'll likely continue to do it unless the FCC changes the rules and well, I don't see that happening as long as Ajit Pai is there.
    Agreed. I didn't realize how bad it was and don't envision anything changing either.
    01-08-19 07:51 PM
  6. Troy Tiscareno's Avatar
    This goes to show the even the most secure phone still has the potential to provide data to outsiders, because they rely on the carriers, who are all compromised to some extent.
    mralgi likes this.
    01-09-19 05:29 PM
  7. thurask's Avatar
    AT&T/T-Mobile claim to have stopped now: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/a...crobilt-zumigo

    This goes to show the even the most secure phone still has the potential to provide data to outsiders, because they rely on the carriers, who are all compromised to some extent.
    1000%. Bleating about a secure phone while checking one's Yahoo mail on a WEP hotspot while having a lowlife carrier's SIM installed more than evens things out.
    01-11-19 09:16 AM

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