I’ve talked on the show before about the problems with some of the newest smartphone technology we’ve been using. Apple was “caught” keeping data on the iPhone which provided detailed information about precisely where any of their cell phones had been over the past 12 months. Apple claims it wasn’t using the data for tracking (and there are reasonable technical explanations for what happened), but it does raise the overall issue of tracking individuals. And now two US Senators want to know if the spooks are tracking Continue reading
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