The Colombian Cellphone Registry is Bad For Human Rights

The core idea of the registry is that every legal device is allowed to work on mobile networks because it’s listed in a “positive database”. Whenever a cell phone is stolen or lost, its IMEI is recorded in the “negative database”. Mobile carriers should block any IMEI listed on this negative database to bar them from working on their networks.

Source: The Colombian Cellphone Registry is Bad For Human Rights

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