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XPrivacy pro

by Krome
The ultimate, yet easy to use, privacy manager


onoff Telecom| Mobile Phone Cloud Numbers

by gregg
Cloud Numbers - Multiple Mobile Numbers On One Smartphone.


by gregg
Second Phone Numbers, Private Calls and Texts, Temporary Disposable numbers for Craigslist, Dating, and Business Burner is a privacy layer for your phone. Create unlimited numbers at the touch of a button, and keep your personal number private.

Threema - Seriously secure messaging -

by gregg
Threema is a mobile messaging app that puts security first. With true end-to-end encryption, you can rest assured that only you and the intended recipient can read your messages. Unlike other popular messaging apps (including those claiming to use encryption), even we as the server operator have absolutely no way to read your messages.

A Phone That Lies for You: An Android Hack Allows Users to Put Decoy Data on a Smartphone - Scientific American

by sbrothier
A new programming technique could bring these scenarios to life. Computer scientist Karl-Johan Karlsson has reprogrammed a phone to lie. By modifying the operating system of an Android-based smartphone, he was able to put decoy data on it—innocent numbers, for example—so that the real data escape forensics. He presented the hack in January at the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.

8 | The More You Expose Yourself Online, The More This Bustier Exposes Your Bare Skin | Co.Exist | ideas + impact

by sbrothier
"I felt like digitally I was already being exposed, and physically, I just felt like that was a apart of the statement," Chen says. "While wearing it, just the amount of activity that happened made me realize how much it was showing off."

The Complete Guide to Anonymous Apps -- NYMag

by sbrothier
Anonymity came back into vogue. Today, there are literally dozens of anonymous sharing apps that allow you to vent, confess, or share secrets with strangers while going incognito. These apps are so popular, in fact, that it's hard to keep track of them all. In an attempt to catalogue the emerging trend, I downloaded 25 different anonymous apps to my phone — every one I could find on the App Store — and tested each one. Here's the complete, exhaustive rundown:

Phones are giving away your location, regardless of your privacy settings - Quartz

by gregg
Sensors in your phone that collect seemingly harmless data could leave you vulnerable to cyber attack, according to new research. And saying no to apps that ask for your location is not enough to prevent the tracking of your device.

EverythingMe | The Perfect Phone. Every Time.

by sbrothier & 1 other
Imagine a phone that delivers exactly what you need, right when you need it.


by gregg
Security, simplified. Open Source security for mobile devices.

Silent Circle | Private Communications

by gregg
The World's Most Secure Solution in Mobile Privacy Send Peer-to-Peer Encrypted Texts, Phone Calls, Video Calls, and File Transfers from Your Mobile Device.

Unlimitxt - Dennis Rito

by sbrothier
Mobile phones are impacting societies around the world. Here in the Philippines, text messaging is considered to be the most exploited service due to its affordability, convenience and immediacy. According to industry estimates, 2 billion text messages were sent everyday from the 60 percent of the population of 90 million who uses mobile phones. This has led to the popular notion of the Philippines as the “texting capital of the world”


Enjoy your privacy

by gregg & 1 other
Snoop through 7 mobiles to find the secrets people hide in this dual screen interactive story.



phone tracking system by world-tracker

by jeeves & 1 other
presently only in UK , this service will (with consent of the phone user via txtmsg) allow you to track a phone's location without any new hardware


Is the Government Tracking Your Cell Phone?

by teleclick
The Missouri Transportation Department is finalizing plans to make use of cell phones in monitoring real-time traffic congestion on that state’s 5,500 miles of major roads.

Cell Phones Could Soon Recognize their Owners Movements

by teleclick
Scientists in Finland have developed a security sensor, which responds to a person’s movements, and is able to adapt to recognize the legitimate owner of a wireless device by the way they walk.

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