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  1. #16
    Kate
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    Re: Vodafone fined $128M for illegally tapping phones

    On Thu, 30 Kislev 5767 04:58 Rod Speed translated the ancient runes thusly:

    > Some gutless ****wit desperately cowering behind
    > atec77 <[email protected]> wrote just the pathetic
    > excuse for bull**** that it always end up having to resort
    > to when its got done like a ****ing dinner, as always.


    Why don't you two get a room, instead of just endlessly repeating your love
    notes to each other on here?

    Kate
    --
    "Job tvoyjemadj!"
    -Obergefreiter Porta 27 Panzer Z.B.v



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  2. #17
    Michael
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    Re: Vodafone fined $128M for illegally tapping phones


    "Kralizec Craig" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "James Bell" <[email protected]> writes:
    >
    >>From
    >>http://australianit.news.com.au/arti...E15306,00.html

    >
    >>"GREECE'S privacy watchdog has fined mobile carrier Vodafone ?76 million
    >>($128.02 million) over a wiretapping scandal that involved illegal
    >>monitoring of Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis' phone."

    >
    > Unlike Telstra which the federal government allows to monitor anyone's
    > phone
    > service on behalf of ASIO and the federal police whenever they want to. So
    > which is better? I think Vodafone's in a far better position than our
    > slimy


    What on earth are you on about, Crazy Craig?





  3. #18
    Michael
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    Re: Vodafone fined $128M for illegally tapping phones


    "atec 77" <"atec77 "@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]orks.com.au...
    > Rod Speed wrote:
    >> Kralizec Craig <[email protected]> wrote
    >>> James Bell <[email protected]> wrote

    >>
    >>>> From
    >>>> http://australianit.news.com.au/arti...E15306,00.html

    >>
    >>>> "GREECE'S privacy watchdog has fined mobile carrier Vodafone ?76
    >>>> million ($128.02 million) over a wiretapping scandal that involved
    >>>> illegal monitoring of Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis' phone."

    >>
    >>> Unlike Telstra which the federal government allows
    >>> to monitor anyone's phone service on behalf of ASIO
    >>> and the federal police whenever they want to.

    >>
    >> Pig ignorant lie.

    > Actually all calls are recoded unless you assert otherwise and the
    > recoding are easily obtainable bu certain govco dept's so he is in effect
    > correct .


    Calls to customer service?

    What on earth are you lot on about?





  4. #19
    Michael
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    Re: Vodafone fined $128M for illegally tapping phones


    "Blue Heeler" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Alice wrote:
    >
    >> atec 77 wrote:
    >>
    >> > Actually all calls are recoded unless you assert otherwise and the
    >> > recoding are easily obtainable bu certain govco dept's so he is in
    >> > effect correct .

    >>
    >> LOL!! Got any evidence to support this hilarious conspiracy theory?

    >
    > Not buying into the conspiracy theory, just a question.
    >
    > How does something that really does exist like Project Echelon work? Do


    Who said it even did exist?

    > they record all international calls and analyse them later, or are the
    > calls monitored in real time and the red lights turned on if certain
    > "key" words are used.


    Both approaches work.

    > And, given that the existence of Project Echelon is admitted to, what
    > else is around that is not admitted to?


    Ask your federal law enforcement and military





  5. #20
    Rod Speed
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    Re: Vodafone fined $128M for illegally tapping phones

    Michael <[email protected]> wrote
    > Blue Heeler <[email protected]> wrote
    >> Alice wrote
    >>> atec 77 wrote


    >>>> Actually all calls are recoded unless you assert otherwise and the recoding are easily
    >>>> obtainable bu certain govco dept's so he is in effect correct .


    >>> LOL!! Got any evidence to support this hilarious conspiracy theory?


    >> Not buying into the conspiracy theory, just a question.


    >> How does something that really does exist like Project Echelon work?


    > Who said it even did exist?


    Oh, just some fools like the US Congress. What would they know ?

    >> Do they record all international calls and analyse them later, or are the calls monitored in real
    >> time and the red lights turned on if certain "key" words are used.


    > Both approaches work.


    >> And, given that the existence of Project Echelon is admitted to, what else is around that is not
    >> admitted to?


    > Ask your federal law enforcement and military


    Pathetic, really.





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