mikeg writes "In this month's SprintPCS bill I found a new "Terms and Conditions of Services". Normally I do not look at such things, but I had a few minutes to waste and nothing to read besides this, so I took a gander... from the "Wireless Web Services" section:
"The Caller ID blocking feature is not available when using Wireless Web Services. Your Number is transmitted to any site you visit on the Internet."
Just imagine the terrible possibilities that come about from this... I will leave them as an exercise for you. Let's just say that web log files just became really valuable to direct marketers - surveys from portals and porn sites. (calls from Yahoo - or better yet, calls from the kiddie-porn loving executive at your favorite portal site directly to your cell phone) "
This is new to me. How exactly do these wireless web services work? What's your IP address when you're browsing from a cell phone? -- michael