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And what cellphone isn't proprietary? They all have similar capabilities--GPS, remember. You leave data tracks everywhere you go, every time you use a credit card, every time you enter the parking lot at Wal-Mart, every time you log in on the your computer, go through an intersection, blah, blah, blag Goggle. Welcome to Orwell's 1984, it just took us backward heathens a little longer to get here.

 

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And what cellphone isn't proprietary? They all have similar capabilities--GPS, remember. You leave data tracks everywhere you go, every time you use a credit card, every time you enter the parking lot at Wal-Mart, every time you log in on the your computer, go through an intersection, blah, blah, blag Goggle. Welcome to Orwell's 1984, it just took us backward heathens a little longer to get here.

 

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Android is not proprietary. ;) It is open source, and is now has more users than any other operating system on small devices.

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if they can track a cow from Canada.......they can track you too

 

Uh oh, ya hear that caintry-boy? Best watch that cow of yours, she may be a spy! Don't let her use your phone! :shifty:

 

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Uh oh, ya hear that caintry-boy? Best watch that cow of yours, she may be a spy! Don't let her use your phone! :shifty:

 

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Ya know....Caintry's cow does look Canuk doesn't it?

 

makes one wonder if he has citizenship papers for the bovine....

 

 

 

 

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Like I said, nobody is untracked--from Bruce's article:

 

At least some phones running Google's Android OS also store location information, Swedish programer Magnus Eriksson told CNET today. And research by another security analyst suggests that "virtually all Android devices" send some of those coordinates back to Google.

 

Read more: http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-20056344-281.html#ixzz1KUb0XPgJ

 

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One discloses what the data is used for and notifies you that the service is enabled and deletes the data after 12 hours.

 

The other stores it for what looks to be years without ever telling you it is happening or why ;)

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One discloses what the data is used for and notifies you that the service is enabled and deletes the data after 12 hours.

 

The other stores it for what looks to be years without ever telling you it is happening or why ;)

 

Don't ask questions.

 

-Sincerely,

Steve Jobs

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One discloses what the data is used for and notifies you that the service is enabled and deletes the data after 12 hours.

 

The other stores it for what looks to be years without ever telling you it is happening or why ;)

 

http-~~-//www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSVnt3--Nnk&feature=related

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