Protect the Privacy of Your iOS Devices – Palm Beach Bar Association July 2018

Data Breach

The U.S. Supreme Court recently noted, in Carpenter v. US, that Americans “compulsively carry cell phones with them at all times.”

For those with iPhones and iPads, have you spent time in Settings protecting your private information?

This article from the Palm Beach Bar Association Bulletin, explains ten different ways to protect your iPhone and iPad data.

With your device and the article, it will take less than 10 minutes to increase your privacy and safety.

Article is here.

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Data Breach
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Data Breach
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