App to Prevent Government Eavesdropping On Cell Phones

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Not sure how well this works, but sounds like a good idea to have!
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The developers of a new mobile app may have just caught a break — and found a new group of potential customers — with the revelation that government is secretly snooping on Verizon cell phone users.

Developers in South Africa have developed an app called Seecrypt, which they say protects cell phone users from having their calls and texts tracked.

It was revealed Wednesday that the National Security Agency has forced Verizon to turn over phone records of customers inside the United States in the name of fighting terrorism.

But the developers of Seecrypt say you can get around the NSA with their app.

Users, according to the developers, don’t have to worry about the government knowing who they are talking with.

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