This is how far we've come. A company selling you a phone that you can't use with another company (and on which the seller can install stuff remotely) is cool, but a program that unlocks the phone you own so you can control it is "malware," not liberation.

@ntnsndr This is hysterical that ATT thinks someone else is installing malware on top of their own ATT malware *LOL as if ATT is an ethical company with their clients concerns at heart - HOOEY.

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