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Originally posted by Marsrising
Everyone who has bought a mobile phone has brought the world closer to mass microchipping and monitoring. Mobile phones gave the governments the chance to test run the GPS monitoring of individuals.
And everyone who thought credit cards were a great idea needs their head testing.
IT ALWAYS HAPPENS BY DEGREES.
WAKE UP PEOPLE.
Originally posted by Makoto
I know all about what my phone is capable of doing, and I'm glad of it.
My phone can be remotely activated by any law enforcement agency with a warrant and used as a microphone
In fact, having a record of what I say to whom will come in handy if I get into trouble for saying something slanderous or hateful, as I'll be able to prove that I never said anything of the sort.
My phone has a built-in GPS locator, allowing any law enforcement agency with a warrant to see where it is.
having a record of where I went on what day will come in handy if I'm ever accused of a crime, as I'll be able to prove I was nowhere near the scene at the time.
Someday, if RFID chips become widely used, I'll get one myself. I will use it to make my life safer and easier--and, just to spite people like you, I will have it implanted in the back of my right hand. All praises to the Beast.
Originally posted by nixie_nox
i have heard that the cell companies just cut off the fbi from using them to monitor. Basically they decided that the fbi wasn't playing fair.
And if the gov't really wanted to monitor me, they will.
But I live in a rural area, I am a female with a toddler. I am not going without a cell phone in case of emergency.
Sometimes you have to weigh the pros and cons.