Are you implying that the networkworld article is related to the particular case you've been documenting and attempting to "contact" related to this thread?
If that's the case, good job!
That's scary....this hits really close to home, I'm about 2-3 hours from Gainesville.
Now back to the article:
But law enforcement is encouraging gas station operators to look for signs of the skimmers at their pumps and contact them if they think they've found something.
I know in America it's "innocent until proven guilty" - but just say for example, the station owners have put up these Bluetooth skimmers......I doubt they're gonna report themselves :)
My reasoning/thinking it's the station owners....is we are talking about bluetooth here......last I heard Bluetooth was for short distances only....i.e.: maybe 50 sq ft, if that.....depending on weather and single strength. For example, I know in high school, kids would often "trade" ringtones over Bluetooth with other kids in the classroom....but it couldn't go much further than that (outside, or through the wall to the next classroom (someone tried it....lol).