We thought this was the case and there was no data to suggest anything to the contrary  but it’s nice to have official confirmation.

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  1. That is good. I don’t want any type of spyware on my device. Intentionally sending the debug information by opting in is one thing, but if carrier decides for me to get information from my device for their interests, that is a big thing. Also if the user only signed up for 2GB or less for data connectivity, all this snooping in will be part of the data package signed up, so I feel Carriers are using our $ to snoop into our activities. It is like double dipping apart from privacy issues.

  2. Not all that reassuring, IMO.  I’d be happier if they said
    “Windows Phones don’t have CarrierIQ, or anything like it, on them either”.

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