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Topic # 205579 18-Nov-2016 13:26
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I was linked this article by a family member in Australia who works for a large Telco there.




"According to the report in the Sydney Morning Herald, AI Solutions, a Mumbai-based security firm, is asking for between $350 and $1000 for mobile phone records and home addresses."


Even more of a reason to WITHHOLD all your personal details from Microsoft and the likes of others.


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  Reply # 1673590 18-Nov-2016 13:56
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Given they sell their soul and run side business of the MSHelp scams etc, I am not all surprised.


Also appears to be how a lot of BlackhatSEO farmers work when they aren't talking calls.

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