Jun 262012
 June 26, 2012  Posted by  Business, Non-U.S., Online

With tongue firmly planted in cheek, Andrew Banks writes:

It’s okay, Telstra’s Next G mobile users, you can carry on web surfing. No, really.

All those rumours about Telstra spying on your web browsing activity have been put to rest. It turns out Telstra wasn’t spying at all – they were simply tracking what sites you visit and then sending that data to an overseas company called Netsweeper, which is working on an internet filtering system for the telco. Phew! Thank goodness for that.

They would have told you, of course, but it wasn’t really important. I mean, it’s not as if they were capturing customer data, storing it and sharing it with third-party operators, right?

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