Mobile users tend to distrust their phones

It turns out over half of U.S. mobile users are paranoid about their privacy — not that they don’t have reason to be. According to a new survey by the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project, 57 percent of mobile app users have either uninstalled or refused to install apps because of privacy concerns.
“Many cell phone users take steps to manage, control, or protect the personal data on their mobile devices,” wrote the survey’s authors, Jan Lauren Boyles, Aaron Smith, and Mary Madden. “More than half of mobile application users have uninstalled or avoided certain apps due…

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