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Stolen Cell-Phone Database

With more people using their smartphones for everything from banking to family photos, the devices are much more than just phones. You've heard people say things like "my whole life is in there!" But more than your stuff is at risk. Losing your cell-phone can be a serious risk to your security. And these days in the GTA, 85% of street robberies are cell-phone thefts. Local MP Mike Sullivan tells us why he launched a campaign to create a national stolen cell-phone database. Listen audio (runs 6:51)

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