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mnjn
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Re: Remote Computer Repair

Hello Harry,
Interesting topic about off platform tracking..
 
I'm leaning that TT can do this  due to the FCC recent rollback of a regulation that prevented providers from selling their data.
 
For example, I use ATT&T and I went through all the privacy work to "OPT" out.
For AT&T at least. Some of that OPT out process I remember seeing many 3rd party vendors that were allowed access to customer data.
 
AT&T basically said.. well you may loose some functionality if you disallow these "approved" 3rd party apps permission.
 
I'm going to dig back into that and see if twilio is one of those 3rd party vendors..  That company I believe is what TT uses to track customers phones calls and texting.
 
At this point I'm suggesting that people should OPT out from their providers.  But it is a personal choice. 
 
I used to work for an IT company and was on the Telecom team, i.e  ThirdPartyCall etc..
 
-Mark