BT charge you to show you who is calling you, so I adopted a simple solution which was to switch the ringer off. Now no-one bothers me and BT doesn't get any money from people calling me.
5 posts • joined 22 Mar 2011
Their entire raison d'etre is to keep your passwords more securely than you could keep them yourself. I seem to remember lastpass getting hacked a year or two ago. They sound like right cowboys.
so we still have to give an email address to every crappy site we sign up with? wasn't that one of the things that openid potentially fixed?
Because there is only one source for .com domain names, its entirely to be expected that the price will continue to rise and rise
got spammed, but no warning email
I got the spam on sunday; but I have received no email from play.com warning me about this any time between december last year and today.
I am extremely concerned that my email address is being passed to third parties when I have explicitly stated in my account settings that I do not want to receive their newsletter.
This sounds like a contravention of data protection laws to me.