SAP to crunch and sell carriers' data on mobile use
Mobile operators collect huge amounts of data about how their subscribers use mobile data, and that information is starting to go on sale as targeted intelligence that enterprises can use to better reach consumers.
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Since: Oct 08
#1 May 22, 2013
And why shouldn't they? According to the junk mail I receive, the local health care providers, groomer, workers' comp board, social security and the IRS sell my 'personal info' to target sales.
Telemarketers, even those on the no-call list, have no respect. I stopped being civil years ago. If the caller ID is an obvious marketer/surveyor I answer and hangup all in one click. If I don't recognize the number and there's no caller ID other than 'Private' or 'wireless caller' I let it go to voicemail. If it's important, a message will be left. It's amazing how few messages are left. Telemarketers (not all, perhaps 3/4 of the ones I've dealt with will try anything to get you on that phone. I've had some who simply dial my number over and over again. Hence, the whistles by the phones.
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