Really, this in conjunction with the already established reasons and exorbitant prices should be enough for anyone not to touch that thing with a 10-foot pole.
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Comment by Alex, on 10-Aug-2008 04:29
This has been proven wrong. You post as if its asserted fact, but all along it was speculation that has now been proven wrong. The "blacklist" is for applications to use the GPS and is for malicious use.
The bad thing is that this was proven wrong a day or two ago and yet you're posting about it now.
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