Don’t you trust who you’re talking to? Are you part of the percentage of Mexicans? Check your current partner’s mobile phoneaccording to a survey.
digital security and privacy company Stop a recently published questionnaire made to a thousand Mexicans, asked what’s inside relationshipif they have previously accessed their spouse’s phone.
The results showed that more than two-thirds (61% men and 72% women) They entered your partner’s phoneand 6 out of 10 (58%) did so without permission (49% male, 65% female).
Despite this, more than two-thirds (77%) of Mexicans who check their spouse’s phone agree. no access rights to the device without permission.
“Any form of espionage (known as snooping) is unacceptable, any unsolicited access is a breach of privacy”aforementioned javier rinconRegional Director Latin America for Avast.
More than a third of Mexicans who accessed their partner’s device did so out of curiosity. 8% more wanted check where you are physically their partner at a particular time and place, and 7% did it to Install an app without your partner’s knowledge.
“These numbers may seem low, but they can pose a significant problem psychologically and even physically for the affected people who are being watched.”Rincon assured.
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Reasons people give spying on devices The percentage of their partners ranged from suspicions of infidelity to mere curiosity:
“The right to privacy or privacy is valid in the physical environment as well as in the digital environment and must be respected. We have the right not to interfere with our personal space from outside;
It is very normal to examine messages in couples, but if there is no consent, we are talking about violence, this is normal and not true. For example, privacy is used to explore sexual identity, political or religious affiliations;
We have a right to that personal space to thrive without interference from outsiders.”aforementioned Greece MaciasR3D lawyer: Network in Defense of Digital Rights.
33% of Mexicans who spied found evidence that their partner was a spy. to hide something. Two out of five respondents admitted to having fought for something discovered on your spouse’s phone.
Photo and video galleries were the most visited (50%), followed by social media platforms such as: Facebook anyone instagram (46%) and text messaging apps (40%).
Not everyone who inspects their partner’s device they had to sneak; 36% knew access code one-third of them did not need it because it was given to them in the past, and one-third did not need it because their wife’s phone was not protected by a password.
19% memorized the password from partners, 6% cheated on his partner unlocking their phone and 4% for access finger print from your partner while they sleep to unlock their phone or the like.
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Javier Rincón advises to protect: mobile devices unwanted espionage:
password protection: access codes, patterns and biometrics They are like locks and keys for smartphones, protecting them from anyone with a hand on the device, including romantic partners.
app lock: Adds an extra layer of protection to apps by requiring it. pina code access or biometric access specific apps.
For example, Avast Mobile Security includes an app lock feature that allows users to protect apps with: sensitive data.
Use security tools: applications securityDetects apps like Avast Mobile Security tracking software and users remove themin case they were installed without permission.
The survey was conducted at: 27 January 2022 – 21 February 2022 among a thousand mexicans. Provided by the online panel. dynata.
(with information from El Universal)
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