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Tuesday, 25 September 2007 09:59

Voice over IP company to monitor calls

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Gives details to advertisers
 
Voice over IP company Pudding Media is testing a service which will offer free phone calls to users any where in the world, but only if they allow advertisers to snoop in on their calls.

The Web-based phone service is similar to Skype’s online service — consumers plug a headset and a microphone into their computers, dial any
phone number.

However the service will be free if because Pudding Media will use voice recognition software to monitor calls and funnel advertisements onto the computer.

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