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DMCA exemptions desired to hack iPhones, DVDs - For copyright activists, Christmas comes but once every three years: a chance to ask Santa for a new exemption to the much-hated Digital Millennium Copyright Act's prohibitions against hacking, reverse engineering, and evasion of digital rights management (DRM) schemes protecting all kinds of digital works and electronic items. Judging from the list of 19 exemptions requested this year, some in the cyberlaw community are thinking big. (Disclosure: One of the DMCA exemption requests was submitted on behalf of this blogger by Harvard University's Cyberlaw Clinic.)The requests include the right to legally jailbreak iPhones to use third-party software, university professors wishing to rip clips from DVDs for classroom use, YouTube users wishing to rip DVDs to make video mashups, a request to allow users to hack DRM protecting content from stores that have gone bankrupt or shut down, and a request to allow security researchers to reverse-engineer video games with security flaws that put end users at risk...

3 December 2008, news.cnet.com - For the full article click here

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Veterinary treat for young mobile gamers tested - Animal lovers may be interested in a new game that has been released for mobile phones, which one website has put to the test. Paws and Claws Pet Vet adds to a number of other titles available, Pocket Gamer states, which allow people to look after a wide selection of animals including horses, hamsters and dogs...

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Boy in Congo saved by mobile phone - A doctor has saved the life of a teenage boy in the Democratic Republic of Congo by amputating his shoulder. He'd never performed the operation before - so, using his mobile phone, he had to text a colleague in Britain asking for instructions. Rob Norris reports:

It's unclear how the sixteen year old boy lost his left arm - some reports say he was fishing with a harpoon when he was attacked by a hippopotamus, although it's also emerged that he'd been caught up in fighting between government and rebel forces in the east of Congo. When a British doctor found him in hospital...

3 December 2008, BBC News - For the full article click here

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We Did It: Verizon to Unlock GPS on Windows Mobile - PhoneNews.com has led the criticism of Verizon Wireless locking and hindering GPS on their phones. Now, the company says they will reverse that… but only on their newest phones. Since the release of the XV6800’s first firmware update, Verizon has been locking down the GPS on their phones. Initially, Verizon said that this was consistent with their new Any App, Any Device policy. Verizon representatives told PhoneNews.com that software could be certified at no charge for use with the GPS chips inside of Windows Mobile phones. However, after a year of saying that… Verizon failed to approve one application, other than VZ Navigator. It became quite clear that Verizon was either unable, or unwilling to approve even free programs like Google Maps and Windows Live Search for Mobile. PhoneNews.com has led reporting on hacker workarounds, which have unlocked the GPS on the XV6800 (HTC Titan) and XV6900 (HTC Vogue).

17 December 2008, www.phonenews.com - For the full article click here

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Future Phones to Read Your Voice, Gestures - Buttons are on their way out. Five years from now, it is likely that the mobile phone you will be holding will be a smooth, sleek brick — a piece of metal and plastic with a few grooves in it and little more. Like the iPhone, it will be mostly display; unlike the iPhone, it will respond to voice commands and gestures as well as touch. "So much of how we understand technology is visually driven," says Rachel Hinman, a strategist with Adaptive Path, a user-experience and design-consulting firm. "Mobile interface design has to mimic the touch, sight, gesture and auditory feeds that we use to interact with our environment."...

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BlackBerry and iPhone 'great for the future of gaming' - Innovations in the technological development of mobile phones have been great for those who love to play games, according to one expert. A spokesman for eGaming Review, an online magazine which looks at the business end of the internet gaming market, said new handsets from BlackBerry as well as the Apple iPhone 3G were particularly good for the industry...

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Microsoft makes a phone with Nvidia - WHAT DO YOU get if you take an Iphone, remove the clean UI, user friendliness, nice industrial design, battery life, cachet, functional OS, and in general everything else that makes it worthwhile? The new Microsoft phone, powered by Nvidia. Yeah, you heard it right, MS is going to make its own branded phone, after all, everyone kicking the company around the block has one, so it should too! If you were wondering why Nvidia never mentions the phrase Linux when talking Tegra, even though it is the most appropriate OS for the chip, now you know. NV appears to have sold Linux out to get the MS flagship deal, how nice of them. The phone is slated to be announced at 3GSM this coming February, so if you plan on attending, please look surprised when MS unveils it. No word on when it will hit the streets but it probably won't be long after that...

21 November 2008, theinquirer.net - For the full article click here

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Ubuntu set to debut on netbooks - Mobile phone chip designer Arm has announced an alliance with the makers of the Ubuntu open source software. The deal will produce a version of the operating system for small net-browsing computers known as netbooks. It marks a departure for Arm, which before now has been best known for designing the chips inside smartphones and feature phones. The new operating system for Arm-powered machines looks set to be available in April 2009. Battery power Rob Coombs, director of mobile marketing at Arm...

17 November 2008, BBC News - for full article click here

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Samsung Omnia Launches for Verizon on Nov. 26 - Verizon Wireless today announced its Samsung Omnia will be available online on Nov. 26 and in stores on Dec. 8. Samsung Omnia (I910) More Photos View Specs The Omnia has an advanced touch screen, features Samsung's TouchWiz user interface. TouchWiz has specially designed widgets to customize bright and colorful icons for one-touch access to commonly used applications. The Omnia also features a full on-screen QWERTY keyboard for fast text messaging, mobile IM and email messages. The haptic feedback on the touch screen provides subtle vibrations to confirm selections. An optical mouse offers easy navigation with the swipe of a finger....

25 November 2008, www.mobiledia.com - for full article click here

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BT fined after 'fixing' MoD calls

BT have been fined for fixing figures at an MoD call centre BT has been forced to pay the Ministry of Defence £1.3m in compensation after some of its staff met call-answering targets by phoning each other. The National Audit Office found they fixed figures to help BT avoid fines for not answering calls quickly enough.

The targets were part of a £3bn Private Finance Initiative (PFI) deal to operate the forces' telephone system. BT has sacked some of the "small number of staff" involved and the call centre concerned no longer operates. The company has also paid £1,021,000 in service payments, the £122,000 cost of investigating the fraud and the £197,000 cost of the fake calls.

The call centre concerned, in Kettering, Northamptonshire, has been taken out of operation. The National Audit Office, the public spending watchdog, said the discovery showed the need for better monitoring of the way such projects are being run. It says a lot about the MoD's oversight of its contractors that the department's systems failed to spot a serious fraud Edward Leigh, MP Tory MP Edward Leigh, chairman of the Commons public accounts committee, described the incident as "a real-life Whitehall farce".

He said: "It says a lot about the MoD's oversight of its contractors that the department's systems failed to spot a serious fraud. "BT staff working on the MoD's PFI telecoms project actually plotted to phone each other in order to beef up their performance statistics for answering calls. "It was only later that the department found out it was £1.3m out of pocket and had to recover this from BT."

The National Audit Office said the fake calls were not immediately spotted because they did not have enough impact on the phone service to spark an investigation. It eventually came to light within BT - which is now required to provide more detailed reporting and undergo regular detailed checks of the integrity of its reporting system. Risk alert Tim Burr, head of the National Audit Office, said: "Most of the private finance projects in its portfolio of more than 50 have been delivered successfully by the Ministry of Defence.

"But the department needs to be more alert to the risks that can emerge once the project is up and running, such as inaccurate performance reporting." The Liberal Democrats said the problems encountered with PFIs were a "scandalous" waste of public money. Robust management controls should ensure that there is no recurrence of this fraud Ministry of Defence spokesman Defence spokesman Nick Harvey said: "PFI projects should only be used where they can be clearly proved to provide the best value for money. "Instead, the MoD appears to be signing up to PFI schemes without thinking, then throwing away millions abandoning them years later.

"This level of waste is scandalous when our troops are still going without vital equipment and helicopter support in the field." An MoD spokesman said: "The Defence Fixed Networks Integrated Project Team, which is responsible for managing the contract, has reviewed and strengthened their service assurance and management process, with the assistance of external independent advisors. "These robust management controls should ensure that there is no recurrence of this fraud."

News reported by The BBC, 30 October 2008

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Mobile handset sales growth slows

Apple overtook Blackberry-maker RIM for the first time Growth in sales of mobile phones between July and September slowed to the weakest rate since 2002, according to Strategy Analytics. The company said 303 million phones were shipped worldwide in the quarter, up 5% on the same period in 2007.

Nokia remained by far the biggest manufacturer, producing 117.8 million mobile phones. Apple overtook Blackberry-maker RIM for the first time to be the sixth biggest handset manufacturer. BIGGEST SELLING HANDSET MAKERS 1, Nokia 2, Samsung 3, Sony Ericsson 4, Motorola 5, LG Electronics 6, Apple Samsung took the number two spot, selling 51.8 million handsets.

Strategy Analytics blamed the slow growth on sluggish sales in developing markets such as China, India, Russia and South America. It predicts the growth rate will remain at 5% in the final three months of the year with 345 million units sold. The figures came on the day that Motorola posted a three-month loss of $397m (£242m), blaming continuing problems in its mobile phone division.

News reported by The BBC, 30 October 2008

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GEORGE KIDD RESIGNS AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF PHONEPAYPLUS

The PhonepayPlus Board today accepted George Kidd's resignation from his post as Chief Executive, effective 31 October. He will be replaced on an interim basis by Paul Whiteing, currently Director of Policy and Innovation.

Alistair Graham, Chairman of PhonepayPlus, said "George's achievements at PhonepayPlus during the past eight years have been many and varied. It is with great regret that I accept his resignation - no one has done more to build trust in the fast-moving market for phone-paid services."

"I am immensely proud of the work PhonepayPlus has done to make sure both consumers and businesses receive a fair deal," said George Kidd. "Together, we have forged a productive new relationship with Ofcom, proactively addressed problems in certain parts of the market and created a new identity that brings us closer to all our stakeholders.

"New challenges emerge every day. Now is the right time for the Board to appoint a new Chief Executive who will be able to face these challenges from a position of strength."

News reported by PhonepayPlus, 16 October 2008

 

Ofcom will deny premium-rate numbers to past phone offenders

Anyone who has abused premium-rate telephone numbers in the past will be barred from using the numbers again, telecoms regulator Ofcom has said.

Numbers beginning 070, 087 and 09 will not be available to anyone who has used phone numbers to take part in scams, frauds or other dishonesty, Ofcom said. The rules will not apply to the 0870 prefix.

"The new test that we are introducing into our process for allocating numbers to communications providers will focus on the behaviour that uses numbers to cause serious or repeated harm to consumers," said Ofcom in a statement. "We will identify and publish lists of individuals and companies that have a history of using numbers to cause serious or repeated harm. We will not allocate telephone numbers in certain ranges to applicants who are on those lists."

Numbers beginning with 09 are premium-rate numbers and can cost whatever the operator decides to charge, while 087 numbers can cost up to 10p per minute, or more from a mobile, and the company being called can share in the revenue generated.

Numbers beginning with 070 have proved controversial because many people assume that they are mobile numbers but are in fact personal 'fine me anywhere' numbers that can cost 50p per minute from a landline or more from a mobile phone.

Ofcom has previously ordered that callers to 070 where the call cost is more than 20p per minute must hear a cost warning before being connected.

Ofcom will create two lists of people and companies who have been the subject of decisions by premium-rate regulator Phonepay Plus, the police or the Office of Fair Trading.

"Inclusion on the list, and for how long, would depend on factors including the seriousness of the behaviour and the individual or company’s past history of using numbers to cause detriment to consumers," said Ofcom.

Ofcom will only refuse to allocate numbers in the case of new requests. It said that communications providers who themselves sub-allocate numbers should consult the lists and refuse to allocate their numbers to anyone on it. It said that it was trusting providers to do this, but that it would regulate directly if that hands-off approach failed.

"We have decided, at least initially, to permit providers to take a self-regulatory approach to introducing a similar consumer protection test into their own number assignment processes. We strongly encourage all providers to do so," it said. "Communications providers may adopt our test as a model of how consumer protection could be incorporated into number assignment decisions. We are publishing lists of individuals and companies to whom we will not be allocating numbers to help them do so."

"We will be monitoring progress to see if, as we expect, this approach proves to be sufficient. If it does not, we will consider whether additional regulation is required," said Ofcom.

Ofcom will first publish a list of people and companies who are under assessment because of past enforcement actions against them. A second list of people and companies who will be refused will be published once that assessment process has been carried out. The first 'under assessment' list will be published on 1st January 2009.

News reported by itproportal

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Exclusive: Inside Account of U.S. Eavesdropping on Americans U.S. Officers' "Phone Sex" Intercepted; Senate Demanding Answers, By BRIAN ROSS, VIC WALTER, and ANNA SCHECTER Oct. 9, 2008 .

Despite pledges by President George W. Bush and American intelligence officials to the contrary, hundreds of US citizens overseas have been eavesdropped on as they called friends and family back home, according to two former military intercept operators who worked at the giant National Security Agency (NSA) center in Fort Gordon, Georgia.

The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Jay Rockefeller (D-WV), called the allegations "extremely disturbing" and said the committee has begun its own examination. "We have requested all relevant information from the Bush Administration," Rockefeller said Thursday.

"The Committee will take whatever action is necessary." (CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE NIGHTLINE STORY) "These were just really everyday, average, ordinary Americans who happened to be in the Middle East, in our area of intercept and happened to be making these phone calls on satellite phones," said Adrienne Kinne, a 31-year old US Army Reserves Arab linguist assigned to a special military program at the NSA's Back Hall at Fort Gordon from November 2001 to 2003. Kinne described the contents of the calls as "personal, private things with Americans who are not in any way, shape or form associated with anything to do with terrorism."

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£5,700 bill for phone sex bill

A HOTEL guest who spent 27 HOURS calling a premium sex hotline couldn't pay his incredible £5,700 bill when he checked out.

Police in Germany have said that the culprit known as Anthony M, 22, is the same man wanted in Hannover since February, when he checked into a local hotel and “forgot” to pay the bill upon leaving.

The Hannover hotel is still owed hundreds of euros, reported German newspaper Bild.

But Anthony, from Leverkusen, explained: “I was sitting in my hotel at night and suddenly became horny, so I called a sex hotline.

“I did not keep track of time, it was like a movie. I just kept going.”

When hotel workers discovered the horrific bill, they knocked on Anthony’s door.

“They said I have good stamina,” he explained proudly.

But Anthony M was then quizzed by police too who have pressed charges.

But Anthony’s lawyer Burkhard Benecken blamed the hotel.

He said: “The hotel exhibited substantial negligence. If you do not limit guests from accessing high-cost sex hotlines, then you are being careless and should be responsible for any damages.”

News reported by The Sun, By VINCE SOODIN 11 September 2008
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Duck Stamp Collectors Connect to Phone-Sex Operators Via Typo - WASHINGTON —  People calling a federal phone number to order duck stamps are instead greeted by a phone-sex line, due to a printing error the government says would be too expensive to correct.

The carrier card for the duck stamp transposes two numbers, so instead of listing 1-800-782-6724, it lists 1-800-872-6724. The first number spells out 1-800-STAMP24, while the second number spells out 1-800-TRAMP24.

People calling that second number are welcomed by "Intimate Connections" and enticed by a husky female voice to "talk only to the girls that turn you on," for $1.99 a minute.

Duck stamps, which cost $15 a piece, are required to hunt migratory waterfowl. The government uses nearly all the revenue to purchase waterfowl habitat for the National Wildlife Refuge System. In 2006-2007, the latest figures available, duck stamp purchases brought in nearly $22 million.

This year's stamps, which feature a pair of northern pintail ducks, went on sale July 1 and are good through June 30 of next year. The error will not be corrected until next year's duck stamps.

The Fish and Wildlife Service, which administers the program, printed about 3.5 million duck stamps attached to cards with the wrong number. An agency spokeswoman, Rachel Levin, said it would cost $300,000 to reprint them.

"I don't know that it would be worth it to do a reprint," she said Thursday. "That's a lot of money we can be using for wildlife conservation. With all of the needs for conservation, it doesn't make sense to divert money away from an important cause." For those people who like to dial by letter, the card does include the proper 1-800-STAMP24.

"As best we know, it was a typographical error that was not caught," Levin said, stressing that the stamps are still valid.

The agency first learned of the mistake a few days ago, when a duck stamp owner informed them about the glitch. Levin said the agency has not received any complaints.

The error, which was first reported Wednesday by Denver TV station KUSA, is limited to self-adhesive versions of the stamps. The moistened version, which is printed in much smaller numbers, does not come with a carrier card.

The government uses a contractor, Ashton Potter Security Printers of Williamsville, N.Y., to print the duck stamps. Levin said she did not know whether the error was made by the government or by the company.

Ashton Potter's president and chief executive, Barry Switzer, said that the company was provided with the wrong telephone number.

"We reproduced the wrong number correctly," he said. "We regret this whole situation happened, but we did our job properly."

Fox News - Thursday, September 04, 2008

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Premium-rate regulator steps up controls on rogue providers

The premium-rate phone regulator will ban the use of the word 'free' in promotions for premium-rate services and will put an immediate stop to entire services that do not respond to users' request that they stop sending messages.

But a group representing the industry has raised questions about whether the PPP's measures are too specific, despite a marked rise in complaints about operator behaviour, and has said that it is working on a new model of premium-rate regulation.

PhonepayPlus (PPP) regulates the premium rate phone industry and has said that though use of premium rate services is increasing, dishonest practice still flourishes and consumer trust in them is still low. The regulator fined mobile operators more in the first three months of 2008 than in the whole of 2007, it said.

PPP identified three areas where malpractice was particularly pronounced. Users are being signed up to subscriptions without their consent and not being allowed to unsubscribe; they are being bombarded with unasked-for and expensive promotional text messages; and they are finding accurate pricing information hard to find or entirely absent.

The PPP will now ban the use of the word 'free' "or similar words" anywhere in the promotion of premium rate phone services. It has also said that it will cut off any service which fails to respect a consumer's instruction to stop the service. This is done by texting 'STOP' to the operator.

“There is a clear lack of trust among many consumers about mobile premium services and this is small wonder when you consider the kind of harm that is being done to them by some providers,” said George Kidd, chief executive of PPP. “It's essential that we address this. Only by working together to build trust among consumers will we see a growing, sustainable, vibrant market for phone-paid services.”

The Association for Interactive Media and Entertainment (AIME), which represents the premium-rate industry said that it would back the proposals.

"AIME will support the proposals and will be responding to PPP’s consultation to ensure the detail is both practical and proportionate, facilitating the growth of the industry and providing consumer protection," Sally Weatherall, chairwoman of AIME told OUT-LAW. "Trends across Europe seem to indicate a growth in consumer complaints related to premium rate mobile services. Such trends support the overall findings of PPP …[and] need to be addressed in an appropriate and proportionate manner."

Weatherall, though, said that most of the proposed measures already exist in PPP rules, and that the body may be becoming too specific in its regulation.

"On the face of it additional measures should be unnecessary. It should be more a case of effective enforcement," she said. "Are they necessary? If existing rules are being flouted then clearly there is a necessity to be more express. There is a legitimate question as to whether the PPP need to be, or indeed should be so prescriptive."

The regulator said in its annual report that it had noticed a significant movement in the past year of users of premium rate services from landline phones to mobiles. It said that £460 million was spent in the past year on mobile content.

"Research carried out for PhonepayPlus has showed that 38% of UK consumers have used a phone-paid service – 18 million people in total," said a PPP statement. "The percentage of children (16 and under) regularly using phone-paid services on their mobile phone varied significantly: as many as 32% of children from low-income households compared to 18% for children in more affluent homes."

"However, an extraordinary increase in complaints has accompanied this growth. PhonepayPlus received more than 8,000 mobile-related complaints in 2007/8, an 108% increase on the previous year," the regulator said.

The PPP has proposed that it be given the right to demand proof of a user's opt-in to a subscription service and said that it would work with the Information Commissioner's Office on operators' data protection compliance.

AIME's Weatherall said that it is difficult to target rogue content providers when PPP only regulates the service providers, which means the companies providing the technical infrastructure to allow services to be run.

"The network operators could ban the services but do not have the contractual links across the market to facilitate this easily. PPP have only a limited reach to the content providers and again this does not prevent the services simply migrating to other providers," she said.

"Clearly regulation needs to bite at the point of consumption, i.e. at the point where the consumer interacts with the content provider. Currently this is not the case. AIME and PPP and other industry participants are working to develop models of regulation that will enable the industry to ban the services of rogue content promoters and prevent them simply finding a route to market through alternative suppliers. These may include content provider registration schemes coupled with cross industry service bans."

PPP's consultation opened today and closes on 11th September 2008.

News reported by Outlaw.com, 17 July 2008

 

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Premium-rate mobile abuse rockets

Abuse of premium-rate phone lines has taken a sharp upturn this year, according to figures released by premium rate regulator PhonepayPlus. Over three-quarters of complaints received now relate to mobile services, it said.

Last year PhonepayPlus issued fines totalling £360,000 but this year had already issued £223,500 of fines by March. The average fine size has also increased by almost 50%, rising from £10,909 last year to £14,900 in the first three months of this year.

"There are clear rules when it comes to the promotion, content and delivery of mobile phone paid services," said George Kidd, Chief Executive of PhonepayPlus. "We expect these rules to be followed and any failings of compliance will be punished."

Premium rate phone lines were at the centre of the television competition scandals last year that resulted in large fines for every UK terrestrial broadcaster. ITV is still awaiting a fine from broadcast regulator Ofcom which is expected to be £4 million.

PhonepayPlus has announced a review of the £350 million market, investigating abuses of customers using premium rate numbers. It said that particular problems that it would investigate include number operators failing to obey the 'STOP' command from users of subscription services and the use of terms suggesting content is free and unsolicited messages.

Premium rate numbers are increasingly being used for mobile phone services, it said. The proportion of numbers used has nearly doubled since last year, with 45% of numbers being used for mobile services.

Operators of premium rate mobile services are disproportionately the subject of user complaints. PhonepayPlus said that 80% of the complaints received this year have been about mobile services, a 40% increase on last year's figures for the same period.

The regulator said that it plans to publish the report in July.

News reported by Outlaw.com, 2 May 2008

 

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Premium rate texts prove unstoppable

A PREMIUM rate text service – want-tone club – is giving this particular INQ hack a major headache. Despite phone calls, emails and text messages, the content provider - Tanla Mobile - just won't stop sending the texts.

It turns out that Tanla is the very same company that an INQ reader complained about back in January 2007 here.

One of the problems is that your own mobile network provider – in this case, Orange – has no powers to stop these messages being added to your bill. You have no course of action other than to complain to Phonepayplus (the artistes formerly known as ICSTIS).

Theoretically, you should be able to put an end to the annoyance by texting the word 'stop' to the shortcode which the provider is using, in this case 82600.

The catch is that, in this instance, nothing happens. This also highlights another problem. Official advice differs on the exact form the message should take. Tanla itself says 'stop' should work.
Yet the official advice on the Phonepayplus web site says it should be 'STOP ALL' or 'STOP'.

Anyway, the INQ tried phoning up the number given in the text by Tanla which, for a change, isn't a premium rate service as well. All you get is an automated system which takes note of your mobile phone number and says the messages will stop. But they don't.

So you try emailing the company. A few days later, Tanla's customer support desk phoned up and said the messages have been stopped. The very next day, the three messages – charged at £1.50 a piece, bringing the total to £4.50 a week – arrived again.

The INQ tried to access the bill for this particular phone online but the Orange UK web site has a problem, which we first reported here.

So resorting to the good old dog and bone, Orange finally informed us that, just this month alone, Tanla has charged £18 so far.

We contacted Phonepayplus who informed us that complaints like this have to be investigated thoroughly and take time.
Interestingly, Phonepayplus also informed us that it does have powers to force refunds – which didn't seem to be the case last time we investigated.

It does mean, however, that Tanla can go on charging its £4.50 a week until the wheels finally grind into action. There is one ray of hope, though. If enough people complain to Phonepayplus, it can trigger its 'Emergency Procedure' which will stop the service until an investigation has been completed.

So if enough of you who are suffering at the hands of Tanla/82600 complain via the Phonepayplus web site, then the messages might stop before the INQ's bill reaches £50.

News reported by The Inquirer, 17 April 2008

 

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Phone sex for South American screamers - Staff at a nature reserve in Wearside have been using a mobile phone to encourage two South American birds to mate. The Washington Wetland Centre is home to a pair of crested screamers, which use distinctive calls to mark their territory and attract a mate. However, the centre's birds have shown no interest in mating.

A recording of a screamer's call has now been downloaded from the internet onto a phone and is being played to the birds in a bid to get them in the mood. Warden Owen Joiner said: 'They're a prehistoric species and this is reflected in the way that they move - everything happens at an incredibly slow pace. Hopefully the recording will spark something in them and then nature will take its course. They are starting to react to the recording, which is very exciting, so we'll just have to see what happens.'

Rowan Walker The Observer, Sunday February 24 2008

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Man arrested in phone sex exploitation case - A Center Point man accused of sending nude photos of himself by cell phone to a 12-year-old boy in Colorado — and receiving some of the boy in return — is in custody awaiting extradition on felony sex charges.

Nathan D. Hepker, 34, has been under investigation by the Mesa County Sheriff's Office in Grand Junction, Colo., since November 2007, said Heather Benjamin, Mesa County Sheriff's public information officer.

Numerous sexually explicit picture messages sent from Hepker's cell phone number containing frontal male nudity were found on the boy's cell phone that month by his mother, who called authorities, Benjamin said. The boy told deputies that he came in contact with Hepker in September 2007 while playing a game on his phone that connected to the Internet.

The boy said Hepker sent a text message to him asking how old he was, and he told him he was in seventh grade. Hepker started sending him picture messages that included male nudity, and the boy told deputies he sent Hepker nude pictures of himself in return because he felt "pressured."

The Sheriff's Office obtained both parties' cell phone records, which showed three phone calls and more than 40 text or picture messages sent between the two numbers.

When questioned by investigators June 5, Hepker said he did not recognize copies of the pictures sent to his phone from the boy's phone.

Hepker, a Cedar Rapids department store worker, was arrested in Cedar Rapids on Monday on a fugitive from justice charge. The Mesa County Sheriff's Office is accusing him of sexual exploitation of children, Internet sexual exploitation of a child and obscenity involving a minor.

Hepker is being held at the Anamosa State Penitentiary on $13,000 bond until an arrest warrant is issued and he is extradited to Colorado. His next court hearing is Nov. 7.

By Alicia Ebaugh The Gazette Updated September 11. 2008 11:38PM

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Plan to cut phone links to callgirls - MINISTERS want to block the phone numbers of prostitutes who advertise their services in newspapers and telephone booths in an attempt to stifle the illegal sex trade.

Police forces would identify suspected prostitutes to the telephone companies, which would be required to cut off their numbers.

The proposal has emerged in a six-month review of prostitution laws by ministers from three government departments. They are also considering making it illegal to pay for sex.

Vera Baird, the solicitor-general, said it was important to curb “the industry of prostitution” and the demand for call girls if the stream of trafficked women into Britain was to be stemmed.

Critics warned that blocking telephones could drive the trade underground, making it harder to police, and would force more women to walk the streets in the search for business. They also warned that it could criminalise legitimate escorts.

“It is 10 times more dangerous to work on the streets than in a flat. It will drive it underground,” said Cari Mitchell of the English Collective of Prostitutes.

Last month Baird, Vernon Coaker, a Home Office minister, and Barbara Follett, the women’s minister, visited Sweden where it is a criminal offence to pay for sex. All the main Swedish telephone companies have a voluntary agreement with the phone regulator to cut off the lines of brothels and prostitutes.

Prostitution visibly decreased in Sweden after the initial crack-down in 1999; but it has now moved from the streets to hotel rooms, organised through the internet, and to neighbouring countries.

The ministers have already spoken to local and regional newspaper representatives about withdrawing advertisements for prostitutes — often promoted under the guise of massage services.

Baird also wants more local newspapers to publicly name and shame men convicted of kerb-crawling as a deterrent to others. She praised local papers in Middlesbrough for identifying men who have been convicted of using prostitutes.

Other MPs fear that the measures could backfire.

Lynne Featherstone, the Liberal Democrat equalities spokeswoman, said: “It is a very good thing that the government is looking at this, but there is a danger that it could drive prostitution underground. Any moves to try to eradicate the client side would have to be incredibly carefully handled. In an ideal world prostitution shouldn’t exist, but we don’t live in an ideal world.”

The Sunday Times February 10, 2008 Plan to cut phone links to callgirls Marie Woolf

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