If you don't want to use your personal phone for work, don't. Easy peasy. You could even tell a white lie and say you don't have one.
I think the solution here is for companies to provide ca. 1995 brick cell phones to employees. "Oh, you want reimbursed? Turns out we'll provide you a phone, here you go big guy" (proceeds to hand employee a 9 oz phone with no screen). They could even not go that crazy and give out the lamest feature phones they can find. I guarantee you the whiners will be all "Oh, uhh, nevermind."
Most humorous to me is that you think you could possibly trust someone else anyway. It would be security theater. Your data is going over the Internet and to someone else's server, then over the Internet to someone _else's_ computer. It's going to backups, possibly at both ends.
You are a fool if you think it can be secured, and an even bigger fool if you think you can trust companies or employees not to search or read it regardless of the law.
Oh toss off. You and everyone else are too lazy to worry about using encryption that you want to run crying to the government to protect you.
Fuck off. If you don't like what Google does with the free email service they provide you, don't fucking use it you entitled wanker.
Bunch of nonsense, all you hear is the parents' (who are possibly abusing their daughter) side.
Have you ever heard of Munchausen by proxy syndrome? I can't imagine you haven't.
At this point she's probably psychologically damaged enough that the symptoms would continue or worsen.
Remember "vaccine affected Cheerleader"? Nucking futs.
"Let them"? It's amusing you think you are "letting" someone do with their content as they wish. It's almost like you think you are entitled to their work in some bizarre way because you like to watch content they product.
You won't win. Period. Sorry, content costs money to produce and distribute and doesn't "want to be free".
But wireless is fundamentally inferior to wired, I'd much rather have fiber in metro areas in terms of home internet. Mobile internet? Hells yeah, this could do an end-run around the big carriers. If Google truly wanted to "do no evil" they'd build a kickass flying infrastructure system and then lease it out to providers to sell.