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Old 01-25-2014, 10:34 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Default Re: BlackBerry = Security Hmmmm, maybe not...

Ok so I'm not trying to start a twitter war here but you must be very naïve if you think governments are not able to monitor virtually all data sent today. Email, cell calls, land line or other data sent wirelessly or via a wire. Once it leaves your device it becomes public domain data and free to monitor. Most people who are trying to hide something either illegal or some form of terrorism are the ones they are after. Company's also routinely monitor ALL data sent by its employees and I would also say all large company's require some form of release or acceptance to a code of conduct.
I would not get too worried and just go about your business and you should never have need to be concerned.
You can search the internet for company’s selling SIMS type software and read how easy it has become to monitor.
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