My answer would be "Maybe, Maybe not." The only real exposure I see is if you are doing something that is against the law. In that case, by showing probable cause, law enforcement can get a warrant requesting access to your iMessage traffic from Apple. oh no no no no no no no..hahaha 🙂 Im not doing illegal stuff. See mobile phone texts, calls, images, videos, browsing history. I have tried: I tried many apps, but all seem as fake one. Could not download the files, even if I downloaded files I can't open it, again asking confirmation, password blah blah. I tried even those, but no option to open the downloaded file. Here are the steps for wiping out your Google Chrome search history: Open Google Chrome > Click on More menu > Tap on the three dots that appear on the top right side of your browser. Go to the History menu > Tap on the History option > Click on Clear browsing data to delete your entire search history at once.