Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 1st Dec 2011 23:39 UTC
Privacy, Security, Encryption In order to not end up with ten different posts or endless updates to the previous one, I'm using this post to assemble all the official responses from both carriers and device makers alike concerning the CarrierIQ rootkit/spyware/whatever. Update: Added official statement from HP regarding webOS (see bottom).
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Busted basically.
by oiaohm on Fri 2nd Dec 2011 04:33 UTC
oiaohm
Member since:
2009-05-30

Now that Nokia claims that there phones don't have it. Next question what reporting features do nokia phones have if any.

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RE: Busted basically.
by daedalus on Mon 5th Dec 2011 08:31 in reply to "Busted basically."
daedalus Member since:
2011-01-14

Eh, surely the same could be said of any phone? I don't see how this makes it look like Nokia have any more facilities for reporting usage data than any other manufacturer. For example, HP say they don't allow CarrierIQ either - but they don't say they don't use something else... So why "Busted"?

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RE: Busted basically.
by zima on Thu 8th Dec 2011 21:41 in reply to "Busted basically."
zima Member since:
2005-07-06

Now, I'm sure, oiaohm, that you would categorically deny ever raping your significant other.
But then the real question would remain, who did you rape?

(yes, this is the style of argument you made; one quite popular with ~political TV "reporters" / propagandists in few places, BTW)

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