Sep 072012
 September 7, 2012  Posted by  Misc

Tony Bradley reports:

new study from the Pew Internet and American Life Project finds that smartphones are at greater risk for privacy breaches than traditional flip or feature mobile phones. That seems like an obvious conclusion that needed a study about as much as we need research on whether or not water is wet or ice is cold.

Why are smartphones a greater privacy risk than old-fashioned mobile phones? Well, the same reason your PC is a higher risk for a privacy breach than your refrigerator or scientific calculator—it actually contains valuable, relevant information an attacker might be interested in.
Read more on PCWorld.

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