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- Sun, 14 Oct 2018 07:16:14 EST DquAiwVk No.122047
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I have a smartphone and I'd like to get something less easily spied on, out of principle. Is there anything smart that's relatively secure (I like being able to use maps and whatsapp but not a lot else) or alternatively do I need to "downgrade" and if so to what?
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CorneliusBribblespear.hqx - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 11:34:29 EST iC6k4AC7 No.122055 Reply
Depends on how tech savvy you are. If you're comfortable figuring out how to install your own OS on mobile you can use that and be relatively safe.

By default though you should treat mobile phones as a device that isn't secure period. Nothing sensitive or that you wouldn't want others to know should ideally end up on there.
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NellCloffinghug.mp3 - Mon, 29 Oct 2018 07:49:24 EST LabQQgM7 No.122075 Reply
>>122055
honestly thats how you should use the internet too. better safe than sorry.

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