on 13-05-2013 14:21
Not O2 thankfully(yet) however I would be far from impressed should this happen to me. Nothing is "anonymous" data.
on 13-05-2013 15:51
Google AdWords Conversion
ScoreCard Research Beacon
If you use the currently available technology then you must expect a certain level of personal data exchange whatever legislation is passed.
on 13-05-2013 18:41
Sorry about the link I hadn't realised there were so many trackers.
Here's the links to stories;
The data summery;
And the genralised one;
Sorry I can't edit the orginal post due to the new time restrictions.
If any mods fancy doing this for me?
on 13-05-2013 18:44
I'm sorry but if the Government wants to spy on my mobile phone useage they can sod right off.
And no, I don't have anything to hide, I just object to this "Big Brother" thing they've got going.
on 13-05-2013 18:46
I'm all for suspects waiving their rights to privacy. Somtimes its unwarranted yes but I'd much prefere to have my privacy violated for a while in order to protect England as it is. If I'm a suspect that is! Not on the off chance I may do somthing with no reasonable reason to suspect me of doing such.
(Does that make sense?:/)
on 13-05-2013 18:47
Just received a email from firstname.lastname@example.org
They claim to be doing a survey on behalf of O2, this must be true because the first question is to confirm 077xxxxxxx is my correct phone number.
What on earth are O2 doing giving my email address and phone number to a third party.
on 13-05-2013 18:49