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Re: Fallacies on Truths in Caller ID scam
From: "J. Oquendo" <sil () infiltrated net>
Date: Mon, 09 Oct 2006 10:31:57 -0400
Ajay Pal Singh Atwal wrote:
Ralwapindi was used cause it's the only place that came to my mind at
the moment, Pakistan, India it was an example.
Getting back to some very small points here...
Correction: Rawalpindi is not in India.
Yes it does matter to me where someone is located when I am speaking to
them. It matters for the sake of accountability. YOU may not see nothing
wrong with someone having your information at their fingertips, but I
want to know who, what, where, when and why someone is doing ANYTHING
with my information. Or haven't you been following news:
If the call is from Dell, then does it matter, if the office is in India or Rawalpindi. 1800GO2DELL represents dell.
Indian Outsourcing Firms Downplay Fraud Concerns
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I don't care if its India, China, Pakistan, the North or South Pole,
Dell in this example should follow US laws especially since they're
located here. It can't be a single sided law it has to apply to all
I don't care about Germany there fellow, this post was regarding US LAWS
and I happened to mention a US COMPANY not a Germany one. Ich scheiß'
d'rauf! (No really)
And in that case www.talkety.com is doing something similar from Germany (?). And you can misuse their service to have
fun making prank calls to people from their own numbers.
Just something for though...
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