Ubiquitous cell phone use might be too much of a good thing
September 29th, 2004

According to Dene Moore of the Canadian Press, too many people have too many mobile phones and too much connectivity. As has been witnessed in Iraq where camera phones have been more harmful to field operations than journalists — a first — we now witness some pushback from the police force of Canada, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). From an internal criminal intelligence brief prepared in March, “As a communication device in both voice and electronic text-based format, the cellphone’s ubiquity in the general public becomes a phenomenon to be reckoned with.”

Fatal error: Call to undefined function sociable_html() in /home/permutype/smartmobs.com/wp/wp-content/themes/smartmobs/single.php on line 36