I Can Find You No matter Where You Go

So this is the end of my infographic series. Thank you so much for reading until the end. This isn't made to dissuade you about your use of technology, it is to inform you of it's possible risks. So next time you use any sort of technology, ask yourself: do you know where your information is going to go?

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