What Is "voice Privacy" on Cell Phones?
Last Updated Apr 8, 2020 11:21:01 AM ET
Voice privacy on cell phones is a voice encryption setting that provides greater security during phone calls. It is intended to deter eavesdroppers by making it harder to tune in to the frequency.
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