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How your innocent smartphone passes on almost your entire life to the secret service

Posted on August 5th, 2014 at 18:52 by John Sinteur in category: Privacy -- Write a comment


Intelligence services collect metadata on the communication of all citizens. Politicians would have us believe that this data doesn’t say all that much. A reader of De Correspondent put this to the test and demonstrated otherwise: metadata reveals a lot more about your life than you think.

  1. Will it be a crime to leave the phone at home or to forget to charge it?

  2. @Sue – Yes. Grounds for immediate detention and reprogramming at Facebook re-education camp.

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