It seems that Canadians are much more lax about their cellphone security that most people.
This article found that:
- One third of Canadians use public Wi-Fi at places such as coffee shops and airports where online communications are not always protected by encryption.
- One in five users of social networking sites do not adjust privacy settings to control who can see photos and information about them online.
I think perhaps they have just accepted the fact that protecting yourself at times can be futile because they can infiltrate you regardless.