1994-05-05 - Re: Anonymous phone calls…

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From: m5@vail.tivoli.com (Mike McNally)
To: SGT=DARREN=S.=HARLOW%ISB%MCTSSA@nwsfallbrook3.nwac.sea06.navy.mil
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Message ID: <9405051641.AA16891@vail.tivoli.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1994-05-05 16:41:24 UTC
Raw Date: Thu, 5 May 94 09:41:24 PDT

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From: m5@vail.tivoli.com (Mike McNally)
Date: Thu, 5 May 94 09:41:24 PDT
To: SGT=DARREN=S.=HARLOW%ISB%MCTSSA@nwsfallbrook3.nwac.sea06.navy.mil
Subject: Re: Anonymous phone calls...
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SGT=DARREN=S.=HARLOW%ISB%MCTSSA@nwsfallbrook3.nwac.sea06.navy.mil writes:
 > 	One of the problems of using the pre-paid cards was brought to light 
 > recently in the Olympic incident of Harding/Kerrigan.  Harding's husband 
 > bought one of the cards to make phone calls and they traced the calls back to 
 > him via the card, since you have to present valid ID to purchase those.

Maybe in Norway you do, but not here.  The Orange Cards were
completely anonymous, I think, and there's certainly no reason that a
card system couldn't be set up that is anonymous if those weren't.

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