What are you saying: Telstra’s customer service slowly improving, SA minister urging Facebook to overturn its photo ban

Each week Computerworld Australia collates all the things our readers have been saying about the news

Each week Computerworld Australia collates all the things our readers have been saying about the news.

Here’s what you had to say on: Customer service still dogs Telstra

If Mr Thodey wants to improve customer service at Telstra, he will need to bring back customer service call centres to Australia. I have never received satisfactory outcomes to billing disputes by talking to reps in the Philippines and going by complaints lodged on Whirlpool.net, others feel the same.

— said Brian Wardlaw

Here’s what you had to say on: Foxtel subscriber base grows

They have Foxtel on Xbox 360 to thank.

— Mark F

Here’s what you had to say on: Wednesday Grok: iPhone on top but Android owns the noobs

I am a long way from being a 'noob', but much prefer my Android to any iPhone. See, I dislike the way Apple tries to control what you can do with their products. Always have, that's why I run IBM clones rather than an Apple.

— said Mick

Here’s what you had to say on: Britain warns of Internet meltdown

Here we go again, scaremongering to the masses. Remember the millenium scare when all computers etc would be affected and what happens? Sod all. No doubt next none eventful scare will be the 'end of the world' date 21/12/2012.

— said badger222

Here’s what you had to say on: SA minister urges change to Facebook ban

There's a time and a place for eveything. Breast feeding in public let alone posting pictures on Facebook of yourself doing it is not one of them... If you want to show 'em off send your friends an email.

— said MrPink

Breast feeding is not appropriate for Facebook. It is essentially porn for young boys. Like the previous comment said - send it in an email if it that important.

— said Patrick

I don't get how it's anyone's business what pictures people post on their own profile. Breastfeeding is a biological function, not porn and Facebook has shown themselves to be very immature about this. And if you don't want to see it, then just don't look at that person’s profile. Not hard. It's amazing how some people support this ban because they personally don't want to see it. What the hell has that got to do with it. How can you support taking away a person’s basic right just because you are a weirdo who doesn't like breasts or babies?

— said Kaf

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