Australia: Optus Scrambling to Find Eavesdropping Glitch
Asher Moses writes on TheAge.com.au:
Optus is battling to find the cause of a fault in its network, which allows customers to eavesdrop on others' phone calls.More here.
The issue was originally thought to be limited to the Optus pre-paid mobile service, but smh.com.au readers have subsequently described the issue occurring in Optus' landline network as well.
It has customers fearing their privacy has been compromised.
Reports describing the glitch first appeared on the popular online broadband community, Whirlpool.
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