Have kill switches on mobile devices proven effective in reducing theft?
There was a lot of opposition from carriers and manufacturers to installing “kill switches” on mobile phones to make theft less attractive. Now that there has been some time since, even though the laws mandating it haven’t taken effect, both Google and Apple have implemented kill switches. Has this had a measurable impact, or has it been a waste of time?
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