HMD Global demonstrates its dedication to user privacy and security, moves its data servers

“Data security and privacy” — these words have been thrown around a lot in recent years, gaining more and more momentum after events like the Facebook Cambridge Analytica scandal, the Huawei spying accusations, et cetera. As you are probably well aware, your own Android phone will beam packages of data to its manufacturer, to feed device activation lists and anonymous performance charts.

But privacy is privacy and keeping any data secure is always the better choice. HMD Global (Nokia 2.0) has decided to signal its dedication to protecting user data by moving all of the data it collects to …

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