I just upgraded from a Motorola RAZR V3m to an LG Env2. The new phone has a distinct "In Case of Emergency" area in the contact book, and "ICE" is the left soft-key function when the phone is locked.
The ICE area includes 3 contacts and three free-text "Personal Information" fields. The issue is that, while the contacts are uneditable when the phone is locked, the text fields are both editable and erasable. This means that those notes (which are a nice area to note allergies, medical conditions, and medications) can be accidentally (or worse, maliciously) altered or erased.
Has anyone else had issues with cellphone "ICE" information security?
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