Cell phone spam’s victims fighting mad, fighting back (San Diego Union-Tribune)

If you thought spam on your computer was a bother, brace yourself: Spammers want to find you on your cell phone. Cell phones have become consumers’ most personal technological devices. Some industry executives, along with consumer groups and security experts, are concerned that unwanted text messages on phones will be an even greater headache than […]

If you thought spam on your computer was a bother, brace yourself: Spammers want to find you on your cell phone. Cell phones have become consumers’ most personal technological devices. Some industry executives, along with consumer groups and security experts, are concerned that unwanted text messages on phones will be an even greater headache than unwanted computer messages.

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