Vodafone denies text snooping

The denial suggests that the source for the Beckham story is more likely to be someone with physical access to his phone or to the phone of his mistress. The spokesperson said Vodafone keeps information on calls made for billing purposes for up to a year. They added that their policy on text data was standard industry practice among other mobile providers. Despite this, there already exists a precedent for

Beckham: My part in his downfall

Moles and memory lapses betray callers By Mike Butcher THE perils of having intimate conversations with a lover on e-mails exposed to the public gaze are well known. While gaining access to someone’s text messages might be trickier, it is not impossible. The first security breach could be with the owner of the phone itself. When you send a text, a copy is normally kept on the phone. Someone can