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Old January 22nd, 2013, 11:00 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by mikedt View Post
Yes, pass me the tinfoil! Google's out to get me!

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Originally Posted by Crashdamage View Post
1. If you trust Microsoft at all, sorry but you're a fool. Ditto for Apple. Actually, who do you - should you - trust?

2. You don't have to give Google any personal info whatsoever to use Android. So what's the problem?

3. It's 2013. If you want true privacy you can't use a phone, email, texts, Twitter, Facebook, etc or the internet in any way. No snail mail either. No credit cards or bank accounts. And look out for security cameras. A hoodie and sunglasses help.

Linux user #266351. Android since v1.0
I was making a point. I don't trust Microsoft at all and I trust Google even less because I'm their source of revenue.

So, I had got a few suggestions before:

Root and install Cyanogenmod.
Droidwall to block permissions.

What else can I do? Let's make a list for paranoid crazies like me.
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