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10th May 2014, 04:12 PM |#11  
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why would anyone want their phone to be listening all the time? I agree with the above.....NSA would love it
 
 
10th May 2014, 10:36 PM |#12  
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I'm sure the NSA would love for more people to have that feature

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Exactly, people are silly and like to talk to their phones a little too much now a days it seems. Oh the days before cellphones, how did these people ever manage? Lol
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Exactly, people are silly and like to talk to their phones a little too much now a days it seems. Oh the days before cellphones, how did these people ever manage? Lol

I don't think the NSA needs us to have that feature to listen in....
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I don't think the NSA needs us to have that feature to listen in....

True but damn, some people like to make it too easy.
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I don't think the NSA needs us to have that feature to listen in....

The core is low power in order to transmit that information it would need to cause a wake lock which could easily be blocked. I would be more concerned with backdoors that are in the closed source radio blobs

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