Starmer dumps doormat?
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Fri Jan 21 15:03:10 GMT 2011
In article <op.vpnswlzo6hl8nm at clerew.man.ac.uk>, Charles Lindsey
<chl at clerew.man.ac.uk> writes
>> How does that work in the context of 1571 (Callminder), which is a
>>voice mail service offered by the network operator and hosted within
>>the operator's data centre? There's only one mail mailbox
>>associated with the line. When I call 1571, the messages could be
>I would think such messages residing in the operator's data centre
>would be quite obviously still "in the course of transmission".
And when I type "1571", and listen to a message to my wife, have I
intercepted it, and did I do so lawfully.
(It seems odd to be discussing such an everyday activity like this).
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