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Gloved hand holding a hacked cell phone. Phones have become personal appendages and hackers lurk in the shadows looking for opportunities to fund illegal ventures on the dark web. (Photo: Shutterstock)

On a recent visit to my mom’s house, she asked why I spent so much time on my phone. Not talking, which is the only use a phone has to her, but doing seemingly everything else. Online banking, changing my auto insurance coverages, ordering food, checking into my flight, ordering the Lyft to take us to dinner. You wouldn’t think 26 years between mom and son would make that much of a difference, but in the world of technology, it does.

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