I do not know if you followed me, but Apple has integrated into the next version of iOS the stamp No. 14 ” Obsolescence, I’m coming ” , a function that alerts you when an application uses the camera and microphone of your phone, potentially without your knowledge.
Super cool, to avoid data leaks (Include: Your pee pictures) to foreign powers willing to blackmail you to get the weft vaccine recipe.
And, unfortunately, in some regions still suffering from the digital divide, there are still people on Android who do not benefit from the minimum functionality on their smartphone.
Fortunately, for all these people there is Access Dots, a software for Android that, once installed and to which you have given the accessibility rights, will warn you of the use of the camera and/or the microphone with a small green dot (for the camera) or orange dot (for the microphone) on the top of the screen.
This way, you will know if you are being filmed or recorded without your knowledge (and your screen is on). It’s crazy, but it’s a small and very practical application that will surely help many public and especially political personalities around the world to pursue their careers as ministers.