Did you know your cell phone records are for sale? There are companies that are able to get hold of your cell phone records like who you call, how many times, and how long you talk, and then sell them for $110.00. Those who operate cell phone stores say you can help prevent this from happening to you by including a password on your account. That would prohibit anyone who would know your basic information from getting your records. Communication experts say the Electronic Privacy Information Center has petitioned the Federal Trade Commission and the Federal Communications Commission to end this practice.
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