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AT&T Starts Blocking Service to Stolen Phones

theodp (442580) writes | about 2 years ago

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theodp (442580) writes "Just days after a UK report asked if Apple could do more to prevent iPhone theft, AT&T has started allowing users to report and block service to their stolen phones. Hey, with all of the reports of iPhone thefts, perhaps Apple should update its Creating Jobs Through Innovation page to give itself credit for creating a host of other jobs — thieves, armed robbers, doctors, dentists, surgeons, hospital workers, police, detectives, judges, jailers, and even morticians (let's hope the deceased had iPhone insurance)."

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