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Heavy Artillery For The Little Guy
Tulsa, OK
reply to jseymour

Re: Who Owns The Phone?

Exactly. If you own your phone, or at the end of your subsidy, the phone should be unlocked and and privileges given to full (Like rooting). The user shouldn't be the one who has to try and find custom roms, or manually root or jailbreak the phone.

As you say: They want "ownership" control and rights, but none of the liability or responsibility. IE they control it and use it how they see fit, however you pay for it and are responsible for it should it break or need replacement.

It's completely messed up.
"Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power." -- Benito Mussolini