Monday, September 03, 2007
London (ANI): Musical songwriter Andrew Lloyd Webber does not use mobile phones or computers because he fears that anyone can hack into these technologies. The 59-year-old star has revealed he relies on writing to date, and that his wife still has to leave any messages at his office. "I don't have a mobile or e-mail. They are dangerous and leaky," the Mirror quoted him as saying.
"Stephen Fry told me with e-mail you're writing to anyone who wants to hack in. Or a private detective can hack into your calls for the last five years," he added. Webber, who threw his mobile out the car window, also recalled his bad experience with the Internet. "I typed in Bombay Dreams and got nine porn sites. Outrageous!" he said. Telephone is, however, something to which Webber considers to be a useful invention. "There's a fantastic invention, you can speak to anyone - a telephone," he said.