[asterisk-users] PRI Outbound CallerID Question
kris at krisk.org
Wed Sep 27 08:18:52 MST 2006
Jay R. Ashworth wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 26, 2006 at 09:30:04PM -0400, Kristian Kielhofner wrote:
>>Steve Totaro wrote:
>>>I set caller ID to a unique identifier before sending to a transfer
>>>partner or overflow call center. This makes it much easier to match
>>>CDRs and get stats on the outcome of calls once they leave our center.
>>>It is a very valuable and legitimate use. Am I committing a crime? nah.
>> This is exactly what I am talking about. That is a very useful
>>application of caller id manipulation. Why should you lose that useful
>>feature because a few misguided people sometimes use it for nefarious
> Strawman, Kristian; I already covered that, and confirmed that I
> believe it to be an acceptable use, also, covered by agreement.
> -- jra
If someone doesn't respect laws from Congress and State legislators,
they certainly aren't going to be stopped by a $0.02 civil agreement
drafted by some telcos legal team...
However, if such an agreement were required to "ensure" the reliability
and quality of caller id services, I would have no problem signing one. ;)
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