Mobile phones are an invasion of people’s privacy
With the speedy advancement of the technology level, human beings are now being brought to an unprecedented era they have ever experienced. And mobile telephone, emerged as one of the most popular invention, seems to be an indispensable device that we cannot live without it. But while we are being attracted by such fashionable technology, are we also aware of its negative side? ,could mobile phones be an invasion of people’s privacy? Any phone is an invasion of privacy, in the way that it rings. The constant ringing demands immediate attention until it is answered. It attracts your attention when ringing and disturbs you from what you were doing, for example, when you are having a meeting and everyone is paying attention to the speaker, your mobile phone suddenly rings louder and louder. The meeting must be interrupted and you will be so embarrassed with others. Having a mobile phone switched on, leaves you open, to be disturbed wherever you are. It is clear that mobile phones are an invasion of privacy as they can be hacked, giving criminals access to your data which increasingly is coming to contain financial access data such as credit card numbers, bank account numbers and etc. It is also possible for criminals to “clone” phones, or for them to steal your phone and modify the chip, allowing your details to be used outside your network area. Hackers are now seeing these devices as a new way of making money, a new way of getting data about people. The cell phone hacker can even access your camera phone and speaker, to keep track of your every move. Mobile phone Spying is an invasion of privacy too. With these eavesdropping devices, anyone, anywhere, at any time can spy on text messages or even record cell phone conversations of another person without the owner of the cell phone ever being aware. Virtually anyone with access to these eavesdropping devices can tap into your phone in a matter of...
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