Tag: privacy

Sep 12

Apple Watch, U2 and Privacy

Let me start by saying that I know nothing about Smart Watches. I have never worn one, I only know one person in the world that wears one (and his is the only one I have ever actually seen in the wild) and I have never really wanted one either. As tragically nerdy as I …

Continue reading

Permanent link to this article: http://macservicesact.com.au/apple-watch-u2-and-privacy/

Feb 05

If you have a gmail account you might want to read this.

You may not know this (because most people don’t) that google has its own social media service in the form of google+. It has been said that the only people who actually use this service are google employees and while this might be a slight exaggeration the fact remains that that it is about as …

Continue reading

Permanent link to this article: http://macservicesact.com.au/if-you-have-a-gmail-account-you-might-want-to-read-this/

Feb 17

Smartphones are uploading your data to the mothership

Earlier this week it was discovered that a few applications on the iPhone and iPad (As well as other smart phones it must be said) where secretly uploading our address book data to remote servers and I find this shocking–not because these apps were doing it–but more because Apple allowed it. Don’t get me wrong …

Continue reading

Permanent link to this article: http://macservicesact.com.au/smartphones-are-uploading-your-data-to-the-mothership/