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SSG Robert Mark Odom
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From a security stand point the decision makes sense.
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Capt Jeff S.
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When I was in they would not allow ICQ on government computers...
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PVT Joshua Blotzer
PVT Joshua Blotzer
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SSG Robert Mark Odom It certainly does.
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SPC 35 F
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People shouldn’t be downloading any apps to government owned phones or do anything that isn’t work related on their work phone. It’s not a difficult concept
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PVT Joshua Blotzer
PVT Joshua Blotzer
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Now there you go...using that common sense. You should know that's against regulations.
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SPC 35 F
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PVT Joshua Blotzer if the army wanted me to have common sense they would have issued it haha. If sm’s took all the mandatory training seriously stuff like this wouldn’t be an issue
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Sgt Jesus Rodriguez
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DOD should look in to the information collected and reported to Google on all Android devices, regardless of Bluetooth, WiFi and cellular features being turned off! Any google app reports back to google.
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