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Re: Your Gadgets and the Enemy Within
Posted by: Richard Adhikari 2011-04-02 12:10:44
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Your cellphone, your digital camera and your color laser printer may be betraying your privacy without your knowing it, Eva Galperin, an activist with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, told a sparse audience at the Web 2.0 Expo Thursday. The EFF classifies software or devices that act behind the user's back to actively betray their privacy as "traitorware," Galperin said. "The EFF is particularly interested in the issue of traitorware because we are a digital civil liberties organization," Galperin stated.

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Posted by: sambob 2011-04-02 12:42:30 In reply to: Richard Adhikari
This Is why I still have AND use my ten year old Motorola tracfone no GPS, no location tagging just phone calls and some texting.
Why people Insist on entrusting all there Information to a single device without having a way to safeguard It or be sure It's not broadcasting It without there knowledge Is beyond me, come on people.
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