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By ertDeath, Member on 14th August 2011, 05:37 AM
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Lets hear some theories as to what the evil companies who sell us our phones are really doing with all the data we give them.

Such as my attic which now has my finger prints and that data could be shared with law enforcement potentially without my knowing consent as the tos could change at any moment really.

They could also be using my GPS data to tell when and how often I drive above the speed limit.

Any other ideas?

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PS now they know I'm onto them
 
 
14th August 2011, 06:00 AM |#2  
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I trust htc, and half heartedly trust verizon.

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14th August 2011, 06:29 AM |#3  
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I heard that if they have suspicion of you breaking the law they can use your mic to listen to what your doing.

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14th August 2011, 07:13 AM |#4  
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i heard, that in michigan, cops are using these data grabbing plugs via bluetooth with your phone to grab personal details.

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14th August 2011, 08:13 AM |#5  
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I heard that if they have suspicion of you breaking the law they can use your mic to listen to what your doing.

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If you're in the United States they can, it's called the "Patriot Act" What's so patriotic about invasion of privacy?

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14th August 2011, 10:34 AM |#6  
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If you're in the United States they can, it's called the "Patriot Act" What's so patriotic about invasion of privacy?

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They do that in Iran too, and even if your phone is off! You can only extract the battery to prevent this.
14th August 2011, 02:41 PM |#7  
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I heard that androids are actually tiny androids that are controlled by the goverment and will ultimately take over the world by imbeding themselfs into people and thus taking control of their bodies... true story bro:P

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14th August 2011, 02:57 PM |#8  
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I heard that androids are actually tiny androids that are controlled by the goverment and will ultimately take over the world by imbeding themselfs into people and thus taking control of their bodies... true story bro:P

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14th August 2011, 04:54 PM |#9  
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If you're in the United States they can, it's called the "Patriot Act" What's so patriotic about invasion of privacy?

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they can turn on your webcam too! , hell, some other people are saying those new "Smart Meters" that the power company installs can link with your phone via bluetooth and send data out from phone calls.
14th August 2011, 06:13 PM |#10  
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There is actually a portal for Law Enforcement to goto to get info from the carriers. They ALL comply to different extents. Sprint is the most compliant AFAIK...

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