Caller I.D. Vs. Privacy: Now There's A Middle RoadDon Dunn
Until recently, right-to-privacy advocates slowed the spread of a service that phone companies think many customers will use. It's caller I. D., where a small device hooked to your phone displays the number of anyone who dials you. So when your phone rings, you have a good idea who's calling before you lift the receiver.
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