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The president says nobody's listening to your phone calls he said the government just collects information like.
Who millions of Americans call and how long they talk.
But if you don't want to take any chances.
There's an app for that.
David Lee Miller with a good news David Lee -- -- Are in fact more than a half a dozen apps available online that is secret -- silent circle.
That say they will protect your privacy the next time you use your Smartphone.
They each encrypt the data from your phone making it difficult if not impossible for a third party to listen in or to learn who you were calling.
Some of the companies say they are based outside the US in order to avoid being subject to US privacy laws and subpoenas.
But -- they will do the right thing if public safety is at risk.
This is an apt to restore from C -- for the average person will not hit to empower terrorists.
You know it didn't you just to be very clear and -- if the government comes to us and says we need hope.
-- we will cooperate with them to the full extent that we can.
Most of the encryption services they want to call is finished all relevant data is destroyed according to one privacy expert these apps to have pretty good job of protecting privacy.
But fortunately for law enforcement.
They're not perfect.
I think what a lot of people don't realize is that the FBI and intelligence agencies have a lot of capability to hack into computer systems.
And they can use that ability right now.
To eavesdrop on people even if they're using encryption.
Some of these privacy apps to more than encrypt phone calls they can be used for texting email and even.
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