The heart of the indictment against StealthGenie revolves around being “surreptitious”. What the legal definition of this term is, and how it applies to software is not yet clear, but this article will describe a FlexiSPY feature that allows you to avoid being accused of this.
FlexiSPY gives users the choice of whether or not they wish to display the application icon according to their needs by allowing them to choose to run the software in the foreground or not to be visible.
For example a parent may wish to hide the icon on their child’s phone to stop the child from getting around family rules by using a new phone or formatting the phone and removing the software.
An employer may wish to hide the icon to preserve screen real estate.
And our law enforcement customers would choose to hide the icon to help catch a suspect.
Whatever the reason for hiding the icon, this option for visibility is a feature that FlexiSPY has always had.
We recommend using this feature and always run the software in the foreground if you are in the US however the software can be hidden with laws permitting.
FlexiSPY respects the USA, its laws, and its enforcement agencies and is doing everything it can to make sure that its software remains compliant and legal.