mobile

  • chief of police of Antwerp is robbed of his mobile

    So the newspapers find it a good story that the chief of police of Antwerp ( a city with around half a million habitants) has been robbed of his mobile phone on the street.

    It is only a mobile they say.

    Well, it shows all the numbers and texts of investigators, names and maybe a calender and more stuff.

    I hope it is sufficiently protected (and backed up).

    What could the consequence be if the mobile phone is bought by the Russian mob in Antwerp ? Ever thought of that ?

    Think that changing some mobile numbers is already something urgent to do