[conspire] Cellphones and GSM privacy

Paul Zander paulz at ieee.org
Wed Jun 27 09:51:41 PDT 2012


Your are correct. One possible explanation of my perspective is that the nearest stores are a mile from my home. 

Another is that on occasion I have been criticized for not answering my cell. To which I have no problem replying, "I was working in the garden.  I didn't need extra stuff falling out of my pockets while I was digging in the dirt."  I may or may not have put on my wrist watch before getting out the shovel.


--- On Wed, 6/27/12, Nick Moffitt <nick at zork.net> wrote:

> From: Nick Moffitt <nick at zork.net>
> Subject: Re: [conspire] Cellphones and GSM privacy
> To: conspire at linuxmafia.com
> Date: Wednesday, June 27, 2012, 6:17 AM
> Paul Zander:
> > Just a few days ago, NPRadio had a story about a
> "wallet" ap for cell
> > phones.  The example was some dude who made a quick
> trip to the store
> > and  arrived at the cashier without his bill-fold or
> credit cards. 
> > But he had his cell phone!  The ap was said make it
> easy to use the
> > phone and PayPal to complete the purchase.
> > 
> > Ah duh.  I wonder how the ap would be of any use if
> you got stopped
> > for speeding en-route to the store?  
> Oh, you probably live in some part of the US where you can't
> blow your
> nose without getting in a car to drive to the tissue
> box.  Thank you for
> sharing your unique and novel perspective with us all.
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