If you don’t want to be tracked you better throw away your smartphone.— Craig Wilson, Stuff Magazine
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Stuff Magazine Editor Craig Wilson.
Wilson spoke about how your cellphone can be used to track your whereabouts.
This comes after cellphone evidence showed how Eskom CEO Brian Molefe regularly contacted the Guptas and visited their Saxonwold home during the acquisition of the Optimum coal mine by Tegeta.
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