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  Reply # 69213 2-May-2007 12:16
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Why would you tell them that it was doing that? Its a huge bonus to be getting that come thru.




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Reply # 69214 2-May-2007 12:19
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Because it breaches the privacy requested by the other user and because it breaks the telco's standards?





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  Reply # 69218 2-May-2007 12:29
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freitasm: Because it breaches the privacy requested by the other user and because it breaks the telco's standards?



Exactly




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freitasm: Because it breaches the privacy requested by the other user and because it breaks the telco's standards?




Yes it does and is quite a serious breach as well as a incorrect implentation for end device services, someone pointed me to the italk forum on this issue and apparently they are aware of it....seems we have done the work for them up to them to fix the issue...... 




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