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40 posts • joined 29 Aug 2016
It isn't so much gmail that allows the + but the standard. In fact that is exactly how email worked for all Demon customers. Every customer had their own subdomain, i.e. sub.demon.co.uk, email was sent to email@example.com, but their system rewrote that to sub+ firstname.lastname@example.org in order to have it sent to the correct account.
Given the way Vodafone treated Demon users I wouldn't go anywhere near them. Repeated removal or downgrade of service while in contract, lies about parts of the service being "free", editing of their website to remove reference to the service when they realise it supports it not being a free extra.
I will paraphrase Sir Kier "Human Rights Lawyer" Starmer on this one. If we collect evidence on everyone when we don't know who the suspect is, when we have a suspect we will have evidence on them. Yes he did say this (precise words may differ marginally) in one of the IP Act debates. Yes, the so called human rights lawyer thinks this is a good thing.
Article 8 is unfortunately quite worthless, despite the Daily Fail constantly ranting about how evil it is. It can be ignored for matters of national security, or even worse, matters of public morality. What is the definition of public morality? Whatever the government say it is of course.
Your use of £ indicates UK. So your mate should have responded that as it has been less than 2 years since the 6 plus was released then the phone is still under the mandatory EU 2 year warranty, let alone the sale of goods act which mandates up to 7 years. Given many phone contracts are 2 years long the expected life time of a phone should be a minimum of 2 years, and so the sales of goods act applies for at least 2 years as well.
If this is a design fault then why is it not impacting the majority of devices? A specific batch is far more likely, got a working one right here in front of me. It is far more likely typical abuse people dish out to their phones instead of treating them like the expensive computers they are.
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