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“Every cell phone tower you pass, friend you keep, article you write, site you visit, subject line you type, and packet you route, is in the hands of a system whose reach is unlimited but whose safeguards are not.” Your day-to-day behaviour is monitored in ways you wouldn’t even realise, so these details and many more could be open for all to see – and use against you. And that’s a problem, even if you happen to trust your government to use the data for good.

Source: BBC

Date: October 28th, 2014



1) Short of not owning a mobile phone or using a computer, how can you stop this intrusive surveillance?

2) Is there a way to not allow your GPS location from your phone to be passed along to advertisers and such?

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