Ehh, no they don't. Think through your statement for a second. You use the kill switch if you lost the phone, if someone else has the phone then you kill it. Second the carriers would finally need to implement some real security and an easy way to unkill the phone. This is a good thing. Cars are stolen and recovered all the time, doesn't seem to be an issue with that system.Yet the CTIA, the industry trade group that represents the carriers, has a point: what if the kill switch is installed and a hacker gains control of the phone?