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jailbreak iphone for spy purposes
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Post 16 made on Tuesday February 14, 2012 at 20:30
Hasbeen
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On February 14, 2012 at 19:16, Fins said...
So are you all saying I shouldn't install that on my wife's iPhone?

No.  Definitely install it on hers.
That would be a better solution. But the client's two sons disagree. And they know more than me because they work in finance. -Fins 2013.
Post 17 made on Wednesday February 15, 2012 at 00:26
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On February 14, 2012 at 19:16, Fins said...
So are you all saying I shouldn't install that on my wife's iPhone?

Have you looked in the mirror lately?
Have you seen her lately?

No matter what she does, as long as she's willing to come home to you every once in a while... count your blessings and don't question things.

Just messing with ya.
Post 18 made on Wednesday February 15, 2012 at 08:26
william david design
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On February 14, 2012 at 19:16, Fins said...
So are you all saying I shouldn't install that on my wife's iPhone?

You could but the case law is not in favor of spouses who eavesdrop on their husbands/wives. If you own the account AND you let her know her calls/emails/texts COULD be monitored then go for it. A good example is when you call into a business and the on hold recording says that the call could be monitored/recorded for training purposes.
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results...
OP | Post 19 made on Wednesday February 15, 2012 at 16:58
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On February 14, 2012 at 19:09, william david design said...
[Link: jhtl.org]

See Page 95. Pollock v. Pollock extended the "telphone extension exception" to telecom law. The telephone extension exception was that a minor child didn't have an expectation of privacy in the home from parents eavesdropping on their conversations. Pollock enlarged the scope of the law by giving parents who "show good faith" in attempting to protect their children from harm (as much of the U.S. case law) are not committing an illegal act (unlike eavesdropping on a spouse which most jurisdictions have distinguished from parent-minor eavesdropping) when they intercept "communications" as defined by the Act.

Nezbo, it can be done. I would caution you like the OP's to maybe tell them where to look on the Internet and leave it at that. I came from telecom and studied the telecom act in law school...

Thanks man. I was aware of the legal issues and I knew The parent was in the clear. I was however amazed at how many people do this to the spouse phone without the consent. I mean, not shocked, but amazed. Also, Did not realize this was a normal practice for company phones. I am going to direct her in the direction to do this and walk away. I am not actually going to do it for her. We have a local phone company here that will jailbreak the iphone for $20.

She is now on her own.
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Post 20 made on Thursday February 16, 2012 at 10:37
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On February 14, 2012 at 16:20, NEZBO said...
My wifes boss wants me to help her with jailbreaking her 16 year old daughters iphone so that she can spy on her texts and activity. I found [Link: mobile-spy.com]

can you do this without jailbreaking?

How about take the phone away like most responsible adults would do. Seriously, why does a 16 year old high school student need an Iphone any way?
Post 21 made on Thursday February 16, 2012 at 11:04
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On February 16, 2012 at 10:37, lites4u said...
How about take the phone away like most responsible adults would do. Seriously, why does a 16 year old high school student need an Iphone any way?

Times are changing. Most middle school kids around here have cell phones. Taking away things may or may not help. Teaching your kids to act responsibly no matter the situation will.

CJ
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Post 22 made on Thursday February 16, 2012 at 13:06
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No Fins, It will end in divorce.

I may be schizophrenic, but at least I have each other.
Post 23 made on Thursday February 16, 2012 at 14:55
william david design
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On February 16, 2012 at 10:37, lites4u said...
How about take the phone away like most responsible adults would do. Seriously, why does a 16 year old high school student need an Iphone any way?

That's what I keep telling my 15 year old. She has the little BlackBerry flip phone but, nooooo, she must have an iPhone.
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results...
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