The Privacy Enthusiast’s Guide to Using an iPhone

Are you using a cell phone? I bet you are. There’s a reason that I wrote The Tracking Device in Your Pocket, an article that is still available at: http://bit.ly/2rUT3lF. I wrote:

“Do you really want the police and who knows who else tracking you?

“If the police can track you, undoubtedly so can other government agencies. Also, information about how to track someone doesn’t remain secret for long so we can assume that corporations and private hackers around the world can see the same information, whether it is legal to do so or not. Yes, the hackers in China and in Uzbekistan and all other countries can also track you right now.”

If you are using an iPhone, you might want to read The Privacy Enthusiast’s Guide to Using an iPhone by Thorin Klosowski at: http://bit.ly/2BCMhpF.

Many of the suggestions in Klosowski’s article also apply to Android phones.

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