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Originally posted by HarlemHottie
The SS (irony in the morning) is too good for this to have happened 'by mistake.'
Now, someone may have her cell phone, and dad's, granddad's, and Uncle Jeb's telephone numbers.
I just saw a show on the Discovery Science channel that showed a hacker use some easy-to-find software to spy on a young woman through her cellphone, on her dime! All he needed was her phone number. Once he was 'in,' her phone acted as a microphone, and, with headphones, he could eavesdrop on her wherever the phone was.
Since most people keep their phones with them at all times, doesn't that mean that, with just the President's private cell phone number, someone could eavesdrop on him? The same applies to whoever else's number was in her phone.
Thursday night, an ABC News producer was able to walk into their hotel unchecked and engage Barbara Bush in conversation while she checked her e-mail on a computer in the lobby. Jenna sat talking with friends on a sofa nearby. No Secret Service agents were anywhere to be seen in the lobby, according to ABC News' Joe Goldman.