Which phones are used by world leaders?
For the safety of world leaders is not just to have a password to unlock the phone, but also the protection of the attempted burglary of amateur and professional hackers and, more importantly, spy agencies want to know with whom, when, where and what the owner of the phone talking and exchanging messages and e-mails.
Eavesdropping mobile phone leader of a country is the biggest failure of its national security agency. So far, the “Blackberry” a phone for which the security agencies prefer deciding, but two of the largest global manufacturers of smartphones, “Apple” and “Samsung”, now threaten to be able to take precedence.
“Blackberry” has so far been a favorite phone among corporate executives around the world, but “Apple” is constantly working to increase security, “iPhone”, which began to take precedence even in financial institutions such as the “Goldman Sachs”, formerly known by that as its leaders had used phones with classical keyboard.
World statesmen years did not want to use any other phone except ‘blackberry’ for calls and checking e-mails, and U.S. President Barack Obama is using now. He still has confidence in his Blackberry and not thinking about change.
About Cell Phones German Chancellor Angela Merkel, much has been written in October last year, when he disclosed that the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) eavesdropping that device.
Merkel has at least two phones that regularly used: one is the “nokia 6260 slide”, which was allegedly tapped NSA and used only for party affairs, while the statesman obligations Chancellor uses the “Blackberry Z10”, equipped with a chip data encryption.
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev is known for its tendency towards products of “Apple”, and even became one of the first owners of “iPhone 4” because to him, even before it went on sale, gave the founder of “Epla” Steve Jobs .
Putin 2006th said to possess a lot of mobile phones, but does not use any, because there is no time and prefer other methods of communication. Four years later, he, however, said he has no phone.
– If I had a cell phone, it would ring non-stop – said the Russian president.
Putin’s aversion to cell phones could have originated from the time when he was a KGB spy, says British newspaper, noting that the Russian leader known for having avoided the use of the Internet and the information obtained from the reports of its security agencies.
French President François Hollande is not separated from his “iPhone 5”, a local media report that he is in constant contact with his girlfriend messages Zili Gaia. Even before the discovery of the former U.S. intelligence officer Edward Snowden revealed that NSA spying on citizens of France, which is why the French ministers in August last year, had to give up their smartphones and tablets, the French president got to use a highly secure phone “theorem”.
6.Kim Jong Un
International media have begun to speculate about the mobile phone North Korean leader Kim Jong Un after he was in January 2013. photographed at a meeting of the National Security Agency to hold a smart phone, apparently the product kompanie Taiwanese HTC. South Korean media reported that Kim Jong-Un, who is one of only two million mobile phone users in its country of 25 million people, you probably use a phone to call family members and senior officials of the Korean Workers’ Party.
New Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is more than just a user “iPhone”, he is a big fan of “Epla” who once photographed in front of the company logo in front of her seat. When Steve Jobs passed away in 2011, Renzi is on social networking site Facebook give him the dedication, calling him the “Leonardo da Vinci of our time,” says “The Guardian”.