What Is Voice Privacy on Cell Phones?

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Though not as popular as a texting or Safari apps, Voice Privacy has been around for a few years. Voice privacy is an option on cell phones which insures that communication remains between you and the person with whom you are speaking or to whom you are sending information. Information is encrypted so it can't be received by or forwarded to a third party.
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