T-Mobile has told a US court that EZ Texting was blocked for failing to notify the operator what it was doing, not because it was promoting the evil weed. According to a filing by the operator (pdf hosted by Wired), T-Mobile USA has stopped forwarding text messages from EZ Texting because it only had an agreement to send …
Sure, T-mobile, pull the other one - it's got bells
The time-line of events puts the lie to T-Mobiles story.
At least we have all learned of Weed Maps < WeedMaps.com > and what it is about.
if you have a good dealer then you get text updates with a middle man service.
What about Twitter then?
Just curious, if they want a breakdown of what kinds of texts are being sent out, how would T-Mo accomodate someone like Twitter where it's just whatever random thing the tweeter puts into the system?
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