Your phone calls are no longer private

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Jim, 1 Oct 2007.

  1. Jim

    Jim Senior Member

  2. John Ponting

    John Ponting Über Member

    you're still safe - provided your partner doesn't get to listen to your calls.
  3. zimzum42

    zimzum42 Legendary Member

    So what, I don't car e if they listen to the calls either, they'll be very bored.....

    If it stops another bomb down the road from me, like on 7/7, then it's a good thing.
  4. Monst

    Monst New Member

    The boonies
    I can...good photo tho..90's style bloke using a phone whilst driving?....tut....modern journalism..I don't know....
  5. Elmer Fudd

    Elmer Fudd Miserable Old Bar Steward

    What happens with 'PAY AS U GO' where you don't need to register them ?
  6. sheddy

    sheddy Guru

    or find out how much time you waste on here.....
  7. KitsuneAndy

    KitsuneAndy New Member

    I dont care to be honest.. I dont make any dodgy phonecalls.

    Anyway, on reading the article, they aren't listening to your calls or recording them, they're just going to make it so that telephone companies have to keep a record of calls you make but not the actual call content.
  8. Fnaar

    Fnaar Smutmaster General

    They have them all for billing purposes anyway, just need to be available for investigation of nefarious purposes, I guess. I trust the government, and I'll throw in my DNA too...
  9. Arch

    Arch Married to Night Train

    Salford, UK

    And according to the Today programme, yesterday, they've been doing it on a voluntary basis for years anyway...
  10. KitsuneAndy

    KitsuneAndy New Member

    Wouldn't surprise me.

    Any financial institutions have to keep records for atleast 7 years incase of any need to investigate anything. Some companies elect to keep them for longer.
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