“Private cellphone” is an oxymoron. See link: Apple paid woman millions after technicians used her iPhone to post explicit videos | Apple | The Guardian


You might be surprised by the ways your phone communications and pictures and even web history of your online activities may be exposed to countless people. An easy guideline to follow is :

If you ever hand your phone to someone else for them to use, even in your presence, you are at risk of invasion of privacy.

Caroleena, giving one reason you should not put any word or image on your phone unless you would consent to posting this info on a highway billboard

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