[–] kammmmak 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

Pretty specific so which ones. List?

[–] downton-stabby ago 

Probably easier to list which ones don't. Don't store info you don't want shared on your mobile device.

[–] LightningAndTheSun 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

And if your device has a microprocessor and is internet-capable, you're being tracked, traced, scanned, recorded and fed into the AI hivemind.

[–] level_101 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

And if your device has a microprocessor and is internet-capable, you're being tracked, traced, scanned, recorded and fed into the AI hivemind.

Fixed that for you.

[–] LightningAndTheSun ago 

For some of us it's a necessary evil, for others, an unnecessary one

[–] edgelord666 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago 

Your an idiot

[–] shrink 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

I know you can't tell but this is my surprised pikachu face.

[–] ChiComs ago 

Clever that allowing access to photos, allows access to EXIF, and EXIF allows access to your exact precise location!

Sneaky crooks!

[–] 9000timesempty ago 

How about a list you sacks of shit.

[–] stiffdick 1 point 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

Solution? Stop using a smartphone. Smartphones are designed to track you everywhere you go, and are designed to collect as much data as possible. Smartphones are literally a part of a botnet. Google could use every single device to launch a massive attack on the internet. If you really want a smartphone, purchase one from a foreign company that doesn't sign secret contracts with the CIA to mass surveil Americans. Afterward, install a custom ROM onto the device, and physically remove the GPS (usually impossible), and use a faraday bag (2 if you're extra-paranoid) if you plan on bringing the phone with you, to prevent cell tower triangulation. Alternatively you can just stop using a smartphone

[–] peeterangelo ago 

Cell tower triangulation isn't limited to smartphones. Why would you bring a phone anywhere in a faraday bag? You wouldn't be able to accept calls anyway and as soon as you remove the phone from the bag to get or make a call your location can be traced. Why bother?

[–] stiffdick ago 

That's exactly my point. You would have to take multiple steps to prevent the government from tracking just your location, and in the end you're still being traced after you take it out of the bag, and after you make a phone call, that's logged. Cell phones are not safe, thus you shouldn't use them at all.