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- Gary, You Rock, talking about Wine or Social Media you seem to get things right. I agree with Fred Grott about the Trust issue as personally I have very few phone apps because of that very issue and this would be one that I wouldn't use either for that very reason, but that does not stop the younger generation.Apr 2, 2012
- I agree with youI think that these genre of mobile apps need to be regulated.Apr 2, 2012
- Yes, I agree that all Government entities around the world need to find a way to securely disclose to its citizens any and all information. They have no right to secrecy when it concerns the safty and well being of their citizens.Apr 4, 2012
- Why is highlight getting all the attention when Glancee has actually been doing this a bit longer and honestly looks much better!
It doesn't drain battery life and it's logo doesn't make me look away.
Just thought I would throw in my two cents. I applaud both companies (and many others) for tackling this category. I thinks it's huge, exciting and definitely worth checking out. I'm just concerned that its getting to be one sided and other companies like Glancee are getting overlooked.Apr 8, 2012
- It's not just creepy, it's totally invasive. why would anyone willingly download an app like highlight? Maybe they've just forgotten how to smile at starbucks and strike up a conversation?Apr 9, 2012
- I say it will be a law enforcement nightmare since, as you can imagine, as long as a link to the app is offered to you on your mobile device anyone with ill intent will craft the link to stalk their targets. Most people do not have the skills to harden their mobile devices and even when we do there is always the risk of invasion.
The imminent problem lies with insider's threats. Insiders such as ISPs, or people in one's lives we should not trust, etc.Apr 10, 2012