AT&T, T-Mobile Pay Fine for Insecure Voicemail
Dec 12, 2008, 9:40 AM by Eric M. Zeman
In California, AT&T and T-Mobile agreed to pay separate fines over the insecurity of their mobile voicemail services. Both companies marketed their voicemail as being secure, however, undercover agents were able to easily hack into voicemail accounts from both carriers and alter/delete messages. AT&T is paying $59,300 and T-Mobile is paying $25,000. The firms are also not allowed to claim that they have secure voicemail systems.
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