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Zeemeeuw

Cell phone tracking.

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Who was it who's SO protested so much when she wanted to get her own phone service. He said he wouldn't take her calls if she changed from his phone service? Well, for anyone who wonders how your abuser can keep track of you, read this:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-sicil...l_b_684831.html

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This has been all over the news/current affairs here (in Australia) also lately ..... I don't know what to make of it myself. I can see the good(?) & bad(?) points of it myself .... but yikes ... just yikes! :huh:

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He said he wouldn't take her calls if she changed from his phone service?

I hope she said something along the lines of, "Fine, don't take them." ;)

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