Internet-based telephony services like Skype and Google Voice are a lifesaver for travelers, who can make reliable and inexpensive voice and video calls from almost anywhere on the planet. But who actually owns the data from these calls?
You? The person you’re phoning? Or the company that’s hosting the call?
That’s a question raised by Cleo Paskal, a fellow travel writer, after Skype changed its End User License Agreement (EULA).
“Hey travelers, who owns your Internet phone call? Hint: it may not be you”