SPOTLIGHT: Cell phone records selling like hotcakes

Goes to show you that negative publicity is usually good publicity for someone. With all the brouhaha over private cell phone records being sold online and carriers issuing a flurry of press releases saying they are filing injunctions against the companies that do so, at least one company says the hubbub has been great for business.'s Web site brazenly says: "As a result of the recent newscasts on cellular research, we have been completely inundated with orders.  We are getting caught up as quickly as possible, but those placing new orders should expect delays." still advertises on web search engines, although it indicates on its web site that it can no longer process requests for Cingular Wireless phone numbers. Article


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