Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 19th Sep 2009 22:27 UTC, submitted by haus
Legal The whole saga around the rejection of the official Google Voice client for the iPhone continues to play a prominent role on many websites. We all remember that the FCC had asked the three companies involved, AT&T, Google, and Apple, to answer a number of questions, but Google had censored a part of its letter. The censored section has now been published by Google.
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(1) Why would you care about Google seeing your data? If you live in the UK then you have no privacy anyways. You would trust Google less than some bureaucrats and secret police?

In the US, ATT is more likely to share your data with the state than Google is.

(2) T-Mobile has excellent coverage in the US and uses GSM. This point is not relevant to the topic, in any case.

(3) Also not relevant. Google voice isn't available in India either. Who cares?

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