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Help ! My OnePlus smartphone is spying on me

Once again, we will talk about privacy and collected data

Day after day, the story keeps repeating.
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As a manufacturer, OnePlus already accesses to applications, geolocation, your camera.
It seems they were interested in collecting more data from the network :

  • IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity): a unique number which identifies every mobile terminal
  • phone numbers: your phone book, your calls
  • MAC addresses: unique identifier for you wifi or Bluetooth connections
  • Mobile networks' names: names of the networks around you, name of your operator's one
  • IMSI Prefixes: good to know if you're connected to your normal network or using roaming abroad

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