Question about Cell Phones
Remote disable or erase would be a feature to look at...
Call your phone provider and ask what they can do for you.
Any other approach depends on what kind of phone you have...
If you are willing to file a police report... And your general commitment to RIGHTEOUSNESS... ATTEMPTING to "FIND MY PHONE" without proper authority could be down-right dangerous, hazardous to your health if not all your future earnings...
IF you were to DELIBERATELY (or just negligently) injure someone over a phone... YOU could be supporting them
and their family for the rest of your days (tort)... over a phone
or worse... Criminally liable yourself.
The only way you could/should go PHONE HUNTING is under the AUTHORITY of the POLICE (and of course ... everybody's mood/workload... and general availability in BETWEEN).
If you were following the San Bernardino Christmas Party Attack (last year)... The UNITED STATES Government found itself at odds with APPLE Corporation (advocating customer privacy).
If you are MODESTLY protected by a PASSWORD you are generally OKAY.
Most criminal elements are interested in the FAST BUCK.
We incredibly PARANOID folks typically have little to lose but our perceived PRIVACY (being money poor and conspiracy rich) we seem to have forgotten the notion of the FAST BUCK...
The object of the average thief... once they burn thru the 0000, 1111, 1234 & 9999... Opportunity beckons ELSEWHERE.
(So many car windows... so little time).
Notwithstanding repeated attempt = data FLUSH with
APPLE Corporation... Your data are GENERALLY safe...
Of course to the perseverant.. with no common sense
& boundless funds & resources (the government)...
not even that proverbial steel ball is safe from a feather.
Carnac the Magnificent
Agreed When everybody is out to get you paranoia is just good thinking
Apple and the Justice Department enter the open hostilities phase of...
Posted on Dec 07, 2016
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