the first I heard of phone messages being vulnerable was in 1999, a friend with a slightly chequered "work history" told me never to leave a voice mail message as they could easily be listened to. It wasn't as I am aware common knowledge until sometime afterward, even then I don't know anyone, even since phonehacking, who has actually changed their pin?? Maybe I'm unusual in that sense but I reckon if you've gone to the bother of listening in to my voicemail your welcome to it as it is mostly late night drunken nonsense! Interesting if I was Jude Law et al but not sure I'm in that league!@cassius wrote:As i understood it phones were hacked belonging to people who didn,t bother to change the defualt code e.g. 1234.@RIPM wrote:IMO It is inconceivable that the Macs phones were not hacked in the biggest news story in the world in 2007/8.
So perhaps a deal has been done with one of the Old Bailey defendants in the hacking trial.
In return for the Macs phone recordings which would be priceless in information terms they receive a reduced sentence and no jail time.
Time will tell.
GM was propbably too techno savvy to slip up there.
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ThanksNo Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/6698737.stm
Just to clarify that the McCanns themselves issued the video to the media and it would then have been posted by somebody to YouTube.
Hard to understand how they think at times
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