Such an incident raises the eyebrows of those watching and reading from the sidelines wondering if the telecoms really are looking out for the protection of the public or their dwindling profits. Sure, the men did violate a national Act and thus, broke the law. But, for the monitoring to come from the national telecom, it almost sounds like tattling...<snip>
The legal issue is pretty cut and dry if these men indeed were operating without a license. The public, however, should make note of which interests are really being protected in such a case – theirs or the telecom?
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