We live in an age where smartphones allow us to connect to the Internet and perform tasks once thought to be impossible. People today are more concerned about privacy on their mobile phones than ever before, but are unclear about what is at risk and how they can protect their privacy. To help clarify, Lookout decided to look at the range of personal information on your phone, explain the top privacy concerns and give simple steps you can take to put your mind at ease.
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6 thoughts on “Do You Care About Privacy On Your Phone?”
It depends on how you say it, but simply asking if they speak English is not an assumption that they do so. English is an incredibly global language with upwards of 1.5 billion speakers, so the odds are that they can probably speak English better than you can speak their language. Because if asking to speak English screams American then so does stumbling over foreign phrases…
Most of these could equally apply to Brits abroad, with exception of the personal space on trains one, which we’re all pretty used to.
I want the Super Bowl in Denver!!!
Interesting infographic, thanks!
Well, i not really care about privacy… Maybe i must start…