Sunday, February 26, 2006

Phone companies sell your phone records

Just in case the pen register case didn't convince you that there is no subjective expectation of privacy in the phone numbers you call, consider this: your cell phone company will sell the records of who you called (the number, name, address, time, etc) to your -ex for cheap! (Article)


Blogger Christine said...

Don't they just get your number from you and then buy the data from the carriers? How could carriers be filing suits then? If that is the case - I think the best way to regulate this would be to make the carriers responsible for protecting our data.

This must be how Paris Hilton's cell phone records were publicly released? I think I am safe though - I doubt anyone cares who I'm talking to.

7:34 AM  

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