The nice thing about using Skype is: it’s free! I can chat with whomever I wish (locally, regionally or internationally) without sending up my phone bill.
Hey, Big Brother is spying on us, so I might as well be spied on for free. Why should I pay a ridiculously high rate to be spied on via phone?
Okay, on a serious note, I don’t think that it is right for the intelligence agencies to eavesdrop on our conversations.
Anyway, do you use Skype? And, do you like using Skype?
I would definitely like to read your perspective about this lovely piece of technology via the comment thread of this article.
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