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here is an interesting article on an alarming trend among wireless providers. Especially with sprint hiring the most employees to handle these requests.

 

What happened to companies protecting their customers!?

 

http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2012-07/wireless-carriers-reveal-how-often-theyre-asked-hand-over-user-data-not-how-often-they-do

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Alarming trend, but not surprising. Hey innocent people have nothing to hide right! Only criminals need the bill of rights. :P

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Alarming trend, but not surprising. Hey innocent people have nothing to hide right! Only criminals need the bill of rights. :P

Right.... i better suspend my drug dealing business/ murder for hire service over my sprint phone.
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hmmm. just looking at that image and one thinks that the Feds are targeting Sprint has more unlawful folks, more than any other, resulting in Sprint hiring more folks to comply with the requests. :angry:

 

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^ lmao, yeah a whole division trying to find the sources giving him that info. Speaking of which that sprint mole seems to have vanished off the face of the earth. i wonder if Sprint found out who he was.

 

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Speaking of which that sprint mole seems to have vanished off the face of the earth. i wonder if Sprint found out who he was.

 

TS

 

I was thinking the very same thing about an hour ago.

 

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I was thinking the very same thing about an hour ago.

 

Robert

I think the whole "sprint will notify its customers in june regarding LTE" was a ruse to smoke him out.
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I think the whole "sprint will notify its customers in june regarding LTE" was a ruse to smoke him out.

 

That could very well be. Interesting to consider.

 

If this is the case, Sprint would be smarter not to fire him. Because then he becomes a martyr who has a large audience he can now turn negative on Sprint to. What they do is confront him, write him up and make him sign scary legal documents that say he expressly cannot write blogs or express opinions about Sprint now and up to two years after leaving Sprint.

 

And 99% of people would sign that over losing their job. Especially in this economy. It could explain why it just petered out instantly. Who knows?

 

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That could very well be. Interesting to consider.

 

If this is the case, Sprint would be smarter not to fire him. Because then he becomes a martyr who has a large audience he can now turn negative on Sprint to. What they do is confront him, write him up and make him sign scary legal documents that say he expressly cannot write blogs or express opinions about Sprint now and up to two years after leaving Sprint.

 

And 99% of people would sign that over losing their job. Especially in this economy. It could explain why it just petered out instantly. Who knows?

 

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Or waterboard him

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Or waterboard him

 

That's a terrible thing, lol. And maybe they did do that to him. Lol. I see what the military does to people. smh

 

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That's a terrible thing, lol. And maybe they did do that to him. Lol. I see what the military does to people. smh

 

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LOL, or they could play pink belly. Are you saying the military spits out emotionless robots?

 

Does not compute...

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LOL, or they could play pink belly. Are you saying the military spits out emotionless robots?

 

Does not compute...

 

Some of them are emotionless robots. I didn't say all of them.

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