Dec 152015
 December 15, 2015  Posted by  Surveillance

When Joe Cadillic sends me a link with a MUST READ in the subject line, he’s generally trying to tell me something. 🙂

In this case, I agree… read Kade Crockford of PrivacySOS’s post, as it’s got a creepy element to it and someone needs to find out from Apple how this happens:

The other night I was getting ready to leave my partner’s house to go home. I know how to get from their place to mine without any assistance, so I didn’t look up directions on my phone. I didn’t text anyone to say I was about to go home. Some nights I stay over at my partner’s place and some nights I don’t. In other words, it seemed like there was no way my phone could have known that I was about to get into my car and drive back to my place. And yet, as I walked out the door, I looked at my iPhone and found a push notification alerting me that traffic to my home address was looking normal.

I did not like that. How the hell did my phone know I was about to drive home? Did it listen to me?

Read more on PrivacySOS. If I see any explanation, I’ll try to update this entry.

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