And one can stop spam by using the
same technique that both Canada and the U.S. use for scams : charge the company that's paying for it.
Mind you, that does require extra staffing for the fraud squad! A
suitable levels of fines applied to
the companies who pay for this dreck should nicely cover it.
Hmmn, time to write to my MP!
I don't care what I do, how many lists I have put myself on; they still seem to find me.
I am an invalid. I never go out. But yet, somehow, one of those jerks got my numbers and sufficient information to use it.
From now on, I'm not going to bother. It doesn't do any good.
this is the end Twitter's innocence.
Isn't this the internet? What's innocent?
I agree. Twitter was never assumed to be anymore or any less than any other program on the internet.
Why would anyone think it was safer? If they did, then shame on them and them alone.
Nothing will change; I will still use it like before; using my own security.
Any sufficiently advanced bug is indistinguishable from a feature. -- Rich Kulawiec