Carrier IQ lets users see the data, won’t let them opt out though Mar 052012 March 5, 2012 Business Russell Holly reports that Carrier IQ’s recent update in response to a privacy flap hasn’t really changed the bottom line for users: you can’t opt out. Read more on Geek.com. via @privacysucks Related Posts:Sen. Franken Seeks Answers from Carrier IQThe FBI Is Using Carrier IQ InformationCellphone Privacy Bill Introduced to Regulate…Carrier IQ clears the air on spying allegationsSprint disables Carrier IQ software on its handsets One Response to “Carrier IQ lets users see the data, won’t let them opt out though” sanchanim says: March 11, 2012 at 4:11 pm opting in or out is a function of of the carrier not the software manufacturer. i don’t think you can blame Carrier IQ on this. Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.