AnonD-909757, 02 Dec 2020First, who the hell asked ? Second, where did I ever said even once that I believe in anythin... moreWhoa, chill dude! No need to feed those anonymous trolls. Preserve your precious energy to something better and inlgnore those trolls. ;)
[deleted post]Talking of brain, it look like you could schedule an appointment with a neurosurgeon.
Not to fix you, you are a lost cause, but he might be able to make amazing discovering about how you are barely able to communicate and yet able to type on a keyboard at the same time.
so will they put the removed camera module on the premium box? or they keep it for themself
AnonD-909757, 02 Dec 2020So much so that a luxury company made two custom version of one of the most popular smartphone... moreKiddo read?
Ive said better solution. No punch hole front facing camera, but underdisplay or pop up? Of course.
So, 01 Dec 2020If you want a "privacy" phone, go for old feature phone without camera. Nokia or Esi... moreEsia Hidayah? I see that you're living in the same country as me. You know, "that" third world country.
AnonD-955101, 02 Dec 2020What you mean do i even brain?It is a meme, a quite popular one.
Do you even xxx, a slang sentences to say "do you even do xxx" or "do you even have xxx".
[deleted post]By your reaction it seems you've recognised yourself 😂
AnonD-955101, 02 Dec 2020duct tape,paranoid's favorite product. 😂So much so that a luxury company made two custom version of one of the most popular smartphone of 2020 with such features.
Also I want everybody to remember that it is the guy who literally wrote both :
"Im not against phones without ffc, heck i will be the first one to buy it if there is a good solution."
"I'm against the idea of a phone without front facing camera."
With less than a week of delay in between and have now reverting to hate on no front facing camera, just because he try to justify his mean attitude and arrogance and try to lie as much as he can to avoiding loosing his face.
Which is now mocking me for agreeing with security experts :
AnonD-955101, 02 Dec 2020You should make a phone with all those features you've mentioned.the only PEOPLE who want... moreSure, everyone can do a flagship phone at home, it is well known.
Yeah, sure, peoples wanting flat display and bezel are paranoid, criminals and serial killers, everyone buying the iPhone SE is a paranoid, a criminal and a serial killers, everyone know that.
Do you even brain ?
AnonD-909757, 01 Dec 2020Where do I have the choice ?
This is the issue, there isn't, and we have to thanks peopl... moreYou should make a phone with all those features you've mentioned.the only PEOPLE who want such a device are the paranoid ones, criminals, and serial killers.
VERY niche product but there is still potential for sone sales😂
[deleted post]First, who the hell asked ?
Second, where did I ever said even once that I believe in anything Apple said ?
Third, who the hell care ?
Fourth, is it that hard to say all that in a SINGLE comment ?
Fifth, where did I said that I prefer or even liked Apple ?
Sixth, go to bed.
sq2013, 02 Dec 2020It's not a big deal. Yes in the wrong hands of course it's dangerous but this inform... moreWhen you are so dense that faced with evidences and explanations proving you wrong, you still think you are right, that's a common theme on here...
First, what do you know about what they do with this information ?
Nothing, not that they do nothing, you know nothing about it.
There is a little thing called "Patriot act" which literally say that every consumer electronic device in the USA HAS TO HAVE a backdoor.
Lets check my list :
*Government becoming rogue, don't need to be a genius to understand how with the backdoor, simply with mass surveillance, social engineering and group and individual targeting of anyone who disagree.
*Identity thief, Black Mail : Can find the backdoor or pay the smartphone manufacturer to gather those informations.
If you think it never happened, I am not the paranoid, you are the ignorant one, as it have been PROVEN MANY TIMES to occur in HUGE privacy related scandals.
Including Facebook for exemple, who sold private data to their friendly corporate mate who surely had the best intentions of the world with those data, and who used those data to blackmail employee of rival social networks.
I NEVER SAID that peoples are individually targeted, it would already be bad, but the issue is that EVERYONE IS, including peoples outside the monitoring group, like the many times US intels did spy on citizens across the globe.
Do you think Facebook require to make its own phones to gather data about you ? How cute...
What made Julian Assange being caught was his video surveillance equipment used by the operating company to give informations to the USA.
There are MANY corporate secrets, some prototypes not yet patented and other really sensitive data that have leaked because of such thing, which is exactly why phones like this exist, because it isn't about paranoia, it is about something real that have been proven and that you really need to be living under a rock or in total denial to refuse to accept when even the government clearly and officially recognize it.
The pop up camera actually helped discovering that quite many apps and websites did take pictures of the users thanks to it poping up while it shouldn't have.
But maybe the excuse given convinced you, that it someone loaded a code related to camera.
Despite any apps using camera never making the camera poping up when not directly enabled and used, even the camera app who literally is for that sole purpose not poping the camera until you enable the front camera mode.
What is stupid is how you talk about something without knowing ANYTHING about it, you literally assert assessments as if they were a certified truth when in fact you haven taken 5 seconds to verify it, and you are saying things that have been proven false and saying that things aren't real that have been proven a while ago and many times and are officially recognized.
Target wealthy drug lords probably. Can't think of anyone else who might buy this phone.
AnonD-909757, 02 Dec 2020Educate yourself on the matter : How front facing camera are dangerous : https://www.science... moreIt's not a big deal. Yes in the wrong hands of course it's dangerous but this information is going to smartphone manufacturers. I think that you're one of those people absorbed in your own import. The point I'm making is that a smartphone manufacturer is making a phone without cameras so paranoid are some people. It's ridiculous. My phone isn't taking pictures of me when I'm unaware. It's just stupid.
sq2013, 02 Dec 2020Privacy concerns. I keep hearing this nonsense. I might be the only one who thinks like this b... moreEducate yourself on the matter :
How front facing camera are dangerous :
It isn't just about getting your face, it is also about getting where you are, but also what are your belongings and even some important informations like your credit card number or your driving licence for exemple.
Here is how far civilian hacking can easily go :
We live in a world where we can literally see through walls using nothing but existing Wi-Fi signals, or knowing what is on someone's computer display using a water pipe.
Privacy isn't to take lightly :
Edward Snowden scarified everything for that :
Expert already warned that governments turning into dictatorship is closer than we think, lack of privacy and other population control are to blame.
And if you think it isn't that bad yet, wait until neural interface become widely popular.
You just think, no big deal, you just don't get the NeuraLink implant, problem solved.
Which only work until a version not requiring any implant come around and that it start to get used for official things, such as anything related to law, regardless if you did something, or if you were a simple witness to serve as a lie detector.
Then banks will make it mandatory for opening an account or asking for a loan or a credit, and your insurance company will make it mandatory to open an account and to have it work.
And cops will be able to use it, then employers will be able to use it to make sure you don't lie on your resume and that you are really desiring this job.
And if you think that no miss-uses will be done if we keep things that way, you are so wrong.
There will easily be access to your thoughts, to your memory, even your will, imagine how dystopian that not just almost doing a crime can condemn you Minority Report style, but just being likely to do something bad could condemn you.
Then there is implanting memories, it is already done in labs.
But yeah, "privacy isn't a big deal"...
sq2013, 02 Dec 2020Privacy concerns. I keep hearing this nonsense. I might be the only one who thinks like this b... moreDo you even realize that privacy is literally what protect you from :
*Government becoming rogue and choosing the Dictatorship option.
*Harassment (regardless what is your opinion, if peoples knew where you are, there is almost someone who would go REALLY far to make you understand he disagree).
*Ethnic oppression and double standards.
*Safety in general, especially for women.
Just look at how nightmarish it become when someone find someone's else address.
The issue is that, like many peoples you know absolutely nothing about what privacy and lack of it imply, and you talk about it as if it was no big deal.