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[liberationtech] Carrier IQ

Brian Conley brianc at smallworldnews.tv
Tue Dec 6 08:28:01 PST 2011


"because getting a URL for example, is very different to looking at the content of a webpage."

Really Mr. coward? Because as far as I understand it, if I have a URL and the time stamp of when someone looked at it, I can get a pretty good idea what the user was looking at, depending on the specific website and how the content is loaded, no?

Just one of the ignorant items I see in this. It's becoming more and more clear that many of the individuals involved in silicon valley startups, and major tech companies, from Facebook and google all the way down to carrierIQ have a bizarre idea of what "privacy" really means...

Brian

Sent from my iPad

On Dec 6, 2011, at 2:08, Andre Rebentisch <arebentisch at lxdesystems.com> wrote:

> Interesting interview, casts quite a bit valium over this scandal.
> http://www.theverge.com/2011/12/5/2609662/carrier-iq-interview
> 
> "Founded in 2005, Carrier IQ provides remote tracking data to cellular
> network operators including AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, and its software
> has been loaded on over 141 million phones, primarily in the United
> States. You’d expect a cellular operator to have access to your phone
> number, name, address, and billing information, and even be able to see
> your calls and text messages while you’re connected to the network, no?
> Well, Carrier IQ takes things a step further..."
> 
> "That’s why we sat down face-to-face with Carrier IQ at the company’s
> Mountain View offices this weekend, where we had a surprisingly open and
> detailed two-hour conversation with VP Andrew Coward about nearly
> everything the company does."
> 
> -- A
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