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15 Relationship Experts Explain Why Snooping Is A Terrible Idea

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Next Next post: Raised by Anxious Parents? What is so new about it? I have never trusted smart phones, which is the reason why I don't have one. Buddel , Nov 25, Joined: Sep 20, Posts: 20, Peter , Nov 25, So anything we can do about it?

Joined: Jan 31, Posts: I'm still using an old BlackBerry both wife and I partly for these type of reasons, and no apps to speak of which is life with an old BlackBerry, but my life too. Personal device anyway. I use an iPhone for work, but it is locked down by employer enterprise policy. I've been thinking about what I'm going to do when the BlackBerry's no longer fulfill our needs.

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I'm thinking dumb phone for voice, and mobile hotspot for laptop for data, and things like personal email just wait. There are rumors rumors so far as I know that though Microsoft has decided to exit the smartphone market it still is working on some sort of mobile device that will have mobile phone capability. I guess I'm halfway hoping something like that from Microsoft comes on the market before I have to make a decision. Joined: Feb 25, Posts: 2, Some people want to live in a "secure" world. Robin A. Secure isn't black and white.

It's a question of secure enough, managing risk, etc.

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And for me there are some products and services I choose not to use or choose to use for other reasons as well, which may or may not overlap my "security" concerns. Joined: Feb 3, Posts: 6, Location: Among the gum trees. I never trusted smart phones either.

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My dumb phone works and if I don't want it tracking me I can turn it off or leave it home.