Mobile phone

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Most mobile phones that are sold since the 2010s are smartphones.

“A mobile phone is a tracking device that also makes calls”
Julian Assange [1]


Potential health impact due to EMF radiation.[2][3][4][5] Non industry funded studies are more likely to find a link between cellphone use and an increased cancer risk. Studies that have less, or no such conflict of interest, show that 17 minutes of usage per day over a 10-year period are associated with a statistically significant 60% increase in brain cancer.[6]

Mobile phone tracking

Full article: Rated 3/5 Mass surveillance

Mobile phones can be tracked through a number of methods, cell signal tracking is a way that works with any handset.[7] The tracking is way more severe with smartphones.


An example

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SmartphoneA tool of mass surveillance


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