Have you ever lost your phone? I have, and that uneasy feeling doesn’t come from losing my shopping apps – it comes from losing information that can put our finances and our identities at risk.  For our safety and security, we might look to this idea to keep our information safe.

The Californian Senate has approved a revised version of the so-called kill switch bill, which requires all smartphones sold in the state to have anti-theft software installed. The controversial bill was rejected at the end of April, and was subsequently altered to make it more acceptable to manufacturers and networks. Apparently, key changes included a six month extension to the deadline for compliance, and tablets aren’t included in the rules.

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