Tuesday, 4 October 2016


Smartphones may be a technological innovation, but many owners do not realize how much data is being tracked. Phones today log our movements, location, searches, messages and calls, and can send that information freely to anyone! Take a look at the infographic below by Neon SMS and discover exactly how your phone may be spying on you and learn some simple ways to help protect your privacy.

Infographic References:
Your smartphone may be tracking your every move
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19. Secret 'BADASS' Intelligence Program Spied on Smartphones
20. How Retailers Use Smartphones To Track Shoppers In The Store

[Source: Neon SMS.]

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