Your cell phone The NSA will use applications like Angry Birds or Google Maps to spy on us

Your cell phone The NSA will use applications like Angry Birds or Google Maps to spy on us

I usually flirt with several people at once. In addition, I usually wake up to eat at dawn and my jeans do not go to the washing machine without having gone for a walk about three or four times.

I say it with the impudence with which anything is confessed when everything is lost: I have used, used and used Facebook, Gmail, Whatsapp and Angry Birds, among other applications that could have made my mobile a NSA control tower and that, although they do not provide such specific data about my day to day, I know that they may be collecting information for

For what? That is the big question. The paranoia that Big Brother, To Sam, Will Smith or whoever is watching us is easy.

The difficult thing is to know why we are relevant to the United States or UK, or how this issue really works: it is scary to remember every chat in which we have written bomb, bikini and empire and to think that some historical algorithm can take us to the electric chair by mere association.

The applications will be crossing records, Facebook content and GPS data of their users to be transferred to third parties for advertising or national security purposes but, if we are not terrorists and security agencies do not sell Big Macs, does all this make sense?

The best, while clarifying this issue, be distrustful and not allow apps so much access We know: it is annoying that we can not send lives or share records, but more annoying if one day we wake up in any Truman Show, right? / JH