The move was detected by network engineers who noticed a Chicago-based IP address had pinged web sites visited by Telstra phones.
Telstra said captured data was anonymous."
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It is claimed that there is a certain kind of logical fallacy, dubbed "No true Scotsman". But the logical fallacy is only in its ever being applied, what I hereby officially dub as the "the 'No true Scotsman' logical fallacy applies here" logical fallacy. Or the TNTSLFAH fallacy, for short.
"There is no statute of limitations on stupidity." -- Randomly produced by a computer program called Markov3.