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  •  Damn, you are dense (1+ / 0-)
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    Choco8

    given your moniker, I'm beginning to wonder if I'm being trolled.

    Of course, the telecoms collect certain data for billing purposes.  If your short term memory could sustain more than a minute, you might recall that I asked you how certain data being collected (eg, emails, tracking data) are used for billing purposes.  You have continued to avoid this question.  Clearly, the reason is because any defense would expose you as a fool.  Let me remind you again, you made the (ridiculous) claim that they are only collecting data for billing purposes.  

    Your last paragraph is merely a recitation of false and uninformed statements.  No consent is given to the government by entering into a contract with a telecom provider.  That is an assinine claim to make.  I'd love to see you try to back it up with evidence, but you are impervious to evidence, apparently.  

    As I said to the diarist, which he shamefully ignored, how do you reconcile the fact that the Davis court stated that whether a warrant is needed to access phone tracking data is an issue of first impression with your claim that Smith covers the use of all data?  I don;t expect a cogent response, as you have proven you are incapable of even the most basic rational thought.  I will not waste any more of my time with you.  You are most definitely fou.  

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