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  • Phone privacy concerns run high Down Under
  • Phone privacy concerns run high Down Under
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Phone privacy concerns run high Down Under

People's privacy fears aren’t always directed at big tech firms. A new study has found that two-thirds of Aussies passlock their phones, with identity theft, exposure of naked pics and social media pranks their top concerns. After all, you may not want just anyone to see everything on your device.

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