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August 22, 2007

iPhone Privacy

If you look around the web you'll see varous artilces which detail the level of privacy the iPhone practices when transporting your data across the world wide web. While digressions like this are interesting to geeks and terrorists, the normal web-surfer isn't all that concerned with data privacy. That being said, there's one place every telephone user expects privacy, and that's when they're using their phone... as a phone. We'll we're here to tell you that the iPhone is not so private when you are using it as a phone. For example, if you are sitting in the passenger seat of a car and your friend is chatting on his iPhone in the driver's seat (with the iPhone help up to his right ear), you can easily hear both your friend's voice and the caller's voice blaring out the back of the iPhone.

Moral of the story, if you're into illicit behavior, use a headset.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

this is dumb. everyone knows that any phone if the volume is loud enough other people can hear. its common sence...