Article on testing mobile spying application, shows seller's disturbing ad
Here's an interesting and disturbing article on a spying application available for general purchase to be installed on phones. Most disturbing of all maybe is that it targets jealous lovers suspecting their partner of cheating on them, and shows an advertisement of a man aggressively holding the arm of a battered woman in its ad photo.
Mike Linksvayer shared this.
I cannot help compare the way things are done today with that in the old days. That is, voicemail etc. was left on an answering machine at home or handled by telecom operators waiting for you (or, break-ins of course). One didn't get to leak GBs of intimate images and messages in seconds. I view the homogeneous infosphere (devices, "cloud", or not) we are embedded in today creates an environment to tempt people to think the unthinkable. No boy friend anytime in the history have more bits to be jealous about than those of today.
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