Wake up people android and IOS they know what they doing this is not a fault, is it coincidence that both apple and google have programmed the os so to take your photos and personal data, like numbers what web sites you visit etc.
Its the big brother watching you!!!
There is no freedom no more.
Don't support them, im not sure if Symbian has the same security issues yet.
wake up people, dont support android, ios, its the big brother behind all this, im sure they knew about it, actually they programmed it so they can get your info photos numbers who you talk to what web sites you visit etc.
they have taken our freedom !!!!!
So.. what is next.. same problem with Windows Phone or Symbian.. would love to know whether they also suffer from this bug though...
lol couple of days ago everybody was saying ,,aaaaaaa ios sucks ita not safe blabla,, dang here we go android is even worse ... and Im not surprised at all
wtf SD cards have todo with this issue.
Is this an other excuse for not including SD Cards into new mobiles in favour of cloud and how are we protected from cloud , now that our photos will be online anyways
AnonD-42495, 02 Mar 2012Where is the guy..who posts "first" ? Waiting for a comment from Royal Apple as well :)what do you say about that fandroids
What do you expect?! It is obvious that some servers can access ALL DATA from your phone when you're connected to the internet. Who knows what apps contain?! Be cool, it's just normal.
As an advice: don't take dirty photos of you, don't keep your pin card number stored in the phone, don't keep the data conn activated all the time (if you can...), install from android market mostly (if you want...) Anyway, be patient, it will always be like this.
im using android. it is gud. But lot of securty holes... Thats Sucks... Nokia is best in such cases. no securty issue at aal
This is typical Google. You create the content, but Google takes it from you and uses it for commercial & other purposes.
Where is the guy..who posts "first" ?
Waiting for a comment from Royal Apple as well :)
in short, just be selective with your apps. dont allow any apps to have access to location, gps etc etc etc. pathetic considering that security should be a priority when designing an os.