Wireless network guardians, who provide internet service at home or abroad, are increasingly being used as a tool to secure your smartphone’s location.
The Guardian reports that the number of wireless network guardians in the UK has more than doubled in the past four years, with more than 60,000 individuals now connected to the network.
The guardian is a remote-control device that sits in your pocket or purse and allows you to set up wireless internet connections from your smartphone or tablet.
Wireless network guardian in action with the Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone.
Guardian users can then monitor their connections remotely through a dedicated app on their phone.
While the Guardian’s article was originally published on May 30, Guardian readers can read the full article in full now.
Guardians are being used by criminals to track you downThe Guardian says there is currently no law on the books to protect your privacy when you buy a new smartphone, but the Guardian is using the Guardian Guardian network guardian to monitor and secure your privacy.
The article notes that mobile internet guardians are often used by drug dealers, criminals and other bad actors who are looking for information on customers.
The device also can monitor how your phone is being used in your house and allows users to block certain apps and websites.
Users can choose whether to allow the Guardian network guardians to monitor their connection remotely through their smartphone app, or to allow only trusted people to access the network guardian.
Users can also turn on or off their Guardian network companion, and if users are not on the Guardian platform, they can choose to use their own device.
TheGuardians mobile guardian also has a built-in webcam, and it can also send live data back to the Guardian app, including information about your location, browsing history, and your browsing habits.