Tom Hardy is dapper as he poses for photographs at Sirin Labs Launches Solarin Celebration held at One Marylebone on Tuesday (May 31) in London, England.
At the event, Tom revealed he is paranoid about being hacked that he constantly changes his phone to protect his privacy.
“People go on to messengers and try to set up accounts with profiles, or try to get into the phone itself, or they get hold of the number and they start fishing about, and my family as well, anyone I’m related to,” Tom expressed (via the Standard). “You just have to bin and burn the phone and start again, we have to go through burners. We’re burning numbers left, right and centre. Everything just gets riddled – it’s my mum, my dad, everyone. I’ll burn numbers and then I’ll have private offline servers for my email accounts. It’s quite painful when you think about, we’re quite normal people in that aspect.”
“There’s personal information, which is vulnerable-making for me, and I don’t want people knowing about my kids,” Tom added. “I want to protect my children and that’s one level, but on another level for business – if you’re dealing with quite a considerable amount of investment in a franchise and you’re moving editorial, imagery and picture of stuff which hasn’t gone out yet, then you’ve got to protect that.”