People overestimate mobile privacy, lawmakers are out of touch with privacy expectations

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4 Responses to “People overestimate mobile privacy, lawmakers are out of touch with privacy expectations”

  1. markus baur says:

    the people oppose 

    “all the current legislative directions on mobile privacy, including the ability of the police to plunder their phones for “suspicious” information and the practice of carriers retaining detailed logs of their activity”

    because they consider their phones and computeres to be “cerebral cortex extensions” .. which should get the same protection as their wetware cortex

  2. SedanChair says:

    Hahaha that’s the most non-sequitur title page image in the history of Earth

  3. Chris says:

    That survey overwhelming tells you how much of the fine print your average consumer reads when entering into a mobile contract.  Apparently those under 45 read the least.

  4. JonE says:

    Too bad most people don’t consider talking loudly on their smart phones as a violation of their own privacy.  They share their information with the world.

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