‘Motorola Is Listening’

Ben Lincoln did some digging on his Motorola phone and found that it was calling home. Worse yet, the wholly owned Google subsidiary is sending your usernames and passwords to Motorola/Google servers. Now what would Google want with all this non-metadata?

Gee, why would Google/Motorola care what apps are on your Home screen, what percentage of contacts come from which service — I mean why would any of that be valuable to the largest and most ruthless advertising company? It’ll come to me…

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by Ben Brooks
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Ben Lincoln did some digging on his Motorola phone and found that it was calling home. Worse yet, the wholly owned Google subsidiary is sending your usernames and passwords to Motorola/Google servers. Now what would Google want with all this non-metadata? Gee, why would Google/Motorola care what apps are on your Home screen, what percentage […]