Despite what a handful of lawmakers may say, the dispute between Google (GOOG) and AT&T (T) over the search giant's Google Voice application is not so much about fairness or rural access as it is about steamy phone sex and piles of money.These lawmakers, including Steve Buyer, an Indiana Republican and John Shimkus, an Illinois Republican -- who have received a combined 0,000 from AT&T and Verizon over their careers, according to -- have written to the FCC complaining that Google's refusal to connect expensive rural calls is "ill conceived and unfair to our rural constituents." The FCC is set to open an investigation to determine if that's true, according to Dow Jones, and will formally notify Google of the inquest later Friday.Once the response is sent, you are locked in to their location and can track them step-by-step.

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It connects you to the world, but your cell phone could also be giving anyone from your boss to your wife a window into your every move.

The same technology that lets you stay in touch on-the-go can now let others tap into your private world — without you ever even suspecting something is awry.

Most important, make sure no one has access to install something when you aren’t watching.

Otherwise, they may soon be watching you when you least expect it.

For now, though, the only sure-fire form of protection is to keep a close guard on your phone.

Don’t accept Bluetooth connections unless you know what they are.

The phone won’t even ring, and its owner will have no idea you are virtually there at his side.

Recover deleted text messages (SMS) and last dialed numbers from any SIM cards and smart cards Did you know that with the help of a simple, inexpensive device, anyone with access to your phone could read your private text messages (SMS), even if you have deleted them previously?

They can even set up systems to be automatically alerted when you dial a certain number, then instantly patched into your conversation.

Anyone who can perform a basic internet search can find the tools and figure out how to do it in no time.

The new generation Long gone are the days of simple wiretapping, when the worst your phone could do was let someone listen in to your conversations.