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“Seventeen dollars for a smartphone sounds like a great deal, especially for people living in poverty who can barely afford rent. But there’s a problem: low-cost smartphones are privacy nightmares.”

fastcompany.com/90408472/cheap

@laura Facebook says it will keep serving poor people, therefore they don't want to charge for their service. This is bullshit of course. Do poor people not deserve privacy?

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