As technology is evolving so rapidly and we are getting so used to it, we are jeopardizing ourselves. Getting used to technology is not an issue but being a slave is a big concern. In today’s world where everything is digitalized. We talk about data protection and data breach, but we are exposing our personal data to the companies in an era where data is oxygen
It was just over a decade ago when cell phones were primarily used for calling and sending texts. However today, the use of cell phones run the gamut It has become a multitasking device or box which can be used for various purposes in personal life. And that is hitting us somewhere in life.
More featured smartphones are making us more outsmart in the day to day life’s and keeping an eye and recording them. The GPS system which is embedded in our phone is just like an agent spying on our day to day commute cycle. Well, there are many apps which can be used to spy on someone some of them are nearby me, Hidden call recorder, spy bubble, the true spy, spymaster pro and many more.
Google maps have come up with new features of sharing the status of your battery. This is under trial and they are testing it but as we share our location details with our friends. Now after enabling the Bluetooth, we are allowing Google to share battery status. Isn’t it surprising that without our knowledge our battery status is going to be shared?
When we switch on the GPS on our mobile phone then our location has been sharing to the people whom we are attached socially
Is that an Alarming bell for all of us? The day is not far when all the data from our mobile will be hacked and shared just by modifying some algorithms.
An incident where an NCR based couple was fighting because Husband has disabled the location sharing option. A couple in Mumbai also gone through the same situation where Wife was spying on her husband through “nearby me” app. Well a husband files a Fir against her wife that she was spying on him despite she was physically far from him and she has an update of each activity through an app
We all are gripping in FOMO (fear of missing out) is defined by The New York Times as “the blend of anxiety, inadequacy, and irritation that can flare up while skimming social media”.