Legal experts say it is vital that all users, including those who may have had their mobile phones stolen, take the necessary steps to protect their privacy and the security of their accounts.
The government has introduced a law which states that you cannot be prosecuted for the theft of your phone even if you have evidence that the phone was stolen from a public place.
This law, which was passed in March 2018, comes into effect from March 2019.
But many users have been left frustrated by the lack of guidance on how to deal with this issue.
For example, it is not possible to get a refund on a stolen smartphone, since the police can only access the data, and not the owner.
The same goes for any money you have in your wallet.
It is also difficult to get someone to give you a refund for a phone that has been damaged in the course of theft.
You cannot get a phone repaired or replaced.
And there are no ways to get it back if you do get it, because the police are not allowed to access your phone.
As a result, many users are resorting to using a range of different methods, including contacting the authorities.
This has resulted in a large number of users losing their phones.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has said that about 100 million mobile phones were stolen in 2017 alone.
However, the Ministry of Justice has said there is no way of knowing how many people actually lost their phones in this way.
The National Crime Agency has said the number of people who lost their mobile phone is “unprecedented”.
But many of these people are facing criminal charges.
For instance, on Monday, a man in his late 20s was charged with theft of mobile phone after he was caught with a phone which was stolen and was later used to take a selfie in front of a police station.
In addition, another man was charged after he used his mobile phone to take the selfie and posted it on Instagram.
The man, whose name was not released, was reportedly caught on camera in an incident involving the theft and was subsequently fined a maximum of R10,000 (US$1,600).
The NCA also said that a second man, a 20-year-old student from an east Asian country, was arrested for using his mobile to take photos on the street while he was wearing his police uniform.
According to the NCA, police said they did not believe that the man was using his phone for the purpose of posting them.
However the court ruled that the case should be reopened and the police could have been accused of “unlawful” possession.
Another case involving a young woman was also brought to court on Monday.
The young woman, who cannot be named, was caught by police in the early hours of April 14 taking selfies while in a police uniform with her mobile phone.
The court found that she was in breach of a law regarding the right to privacy.
According the NCCA, the woman, identified only as L, was asked to hand over her mobile phones but she refused.
According a source, L had told the court that she did not want to hand her phones over because she was going to go to bed.
She was later arrested and is now being charged with stealing mobile phones.
The NCCC also said the woman has been offered a plea bargain, which will see her spend a minimum of R1,500 (US $900) if she pays the fines.
However many users feel that it is difficult to afford to pay the fines because they do not know how to contact the authorities or even get a lawyer.
The police also do not have a way of getting the phone back.
As the NCCC said, the law “will not stop the theft, it will only make it more difficult to track down and recover stolen phones”.
It also states that the authorities have not been able to provide a clear solution to how to handle the cases of users who have lost their phone in such cases.
According in a statement on Monday the NCPB said that “the NCCB has received reports of people losing their mobile devices which are not returned to them”.
But the NPCB also pointed out that in some cases the phones were returned to the owner, meaning that they had not been used for a long time and therefore they could be used as evidence.
“The NPCBs has received calls from users who were shocked to learn that the owner did not have access to the phone for over a year.
In some cases, it has been impossible to reach the owner and there is a lack of communication between the police and the owner.””
It is difficult for users to understand how to make sense of the new law,” it said.
It added that the government needs to develop a national mobile phone recovery system.