Mobile Security Risks: A Primer for Activists, Journalists and Rights Defenders
Posted by SaferMobile onMobileActive, May 10, 2011
Activists, rights defenders, and journalists use mobile devices and communications for reporting, organizing, mobilizing, and documenting. Mobiles provide countless benefits — relatively low cost, increased efficiencies, vast reach — but they also present specific risks to rights defenders and activists. Additionally, information about other mobile uses, such as your photos or video, your data, the Internet sites you visit from your phone, and your physical location, are stored on your device and often logged by your mobile network. How much is this putting you at risk? This Overview will help you evaluate your level of risk in regard to your mobile communications
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