[TriLUG] Verizon Wireless Privacy WTF
tendonut at gmail.com
Tue Jul 26 19:28:00 EDT 2011
I'm pretty sure his intentions were to not leave the phone just lying on a
counter unsupervised. Even if there were other employees around, no
guarantee they'd stop a guy who would just walk right up and snatch it off
On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 6:52 PM, Brian Phelps <brphelps at ieee.org> wrote:
> I got screen protectors for my Android at the Verizon store today. The
> employee volunteered to take my phone and put on a screen protector.
> I watched him as he cleaned the screen with my phone laying on the counter
> for about a minute. I started to get board. Then suddenly he decided to
> to the back. I looked down, my phone was gone. He had picked it up off
> counter. He came back in about 1-2 min and he brought a can of cleaner
> with him, placed the phone back on the counter and continued cleaning it.
> ragged him about needing my phone to got to the back and grab a can of
> cleaner. He claimed to be new.
> I wonder if there is a log somewhere that will tell me if he tried to
> connect it to "The Big Reader".
> I aint worried about anything. I log onto a few forums with it to
> and occasionally check out guesshermuff. I don't use it for banking or
> anything sensitive simply because I hate a touchscreen keyboard like
> hate urinals.
> I am just wondering if anyone here has a similar experience. slashdot
> to do a poll on unsolicited phone confiscation.
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