Lately I have been thinking a lot about who can read my texts? Besides the addressee, obviously.
Maybe the police? Maybe some hackers? I always wonder what happens if I can read some people's texts, or if somebody read mine? Would they like me more or hate me?
In any case I'm kinda paranoic with everything that is privacy related because of all the things happening in my country, http://es.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esc%C3%A1ndalo_de_las_chuzadas
maybe I'm wrong, maybe I'm right.
We all know that some law enforcement groups have their way to spy.
Right now, most cell-phone companies store records of your messages for a few days. Police want Congress to require providers to hold on to texts for at least two years.
The texts could help in investigations of crimes such as cyberstalking. That's a lot of data that could contain a ton of personal information. Even if you delete the messages, they could still be out there for a long time.
Senators are debating this issue as they update their ancient electronic privacy laws. If you want to urge them to keep your messages private you can visit DotRights.com
For sure, whoever dare to read my texts won't find any interesting nor compromising information, but for sure they gonna have a good laugh reading what incoherences that I get (and that I write some times)
Stay safe and cool!
Source: Cosmopolitan Magazine
Source: Chris Calabrese, Legislative Counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union