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I think my mobile is tapped, some advice needed

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posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 09:10 AM
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Bearing in mind that if you call specific numbers you build up a profile and looking at incoming calls to those numbers if you do change, you'll be picked up again in no time.

The old phrase "if you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear" is true but nobody would like to think they are being monitored or having their calls intercepted.




posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 09:42 AM
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Seriously, what is so important that you are saying on your cell phone that they are listening to?
Are you a government official, CEO, terrorist? Do you deal in yellow cake, fertilizer, or shoulder fired missiles? Who have you talked to that might fit those descriptions? Do you search for child porn, how to build a bomb, or poisoning techniques? Have you travelled to Pakistan, Afghanistan or Indonesia lately?



posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 11:41 AM
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To find out if spooks are listening in on your calls all you have to do is take a couple little steps to find out for sure.

Find a friend to talk to you on the phone, have a meeting with your friend in person first and come up with a bunch of suspicious words and phrases and a place to hide something.

Call the friend up on the phone and talk about a secret important mysterious package that is so valuable that other countries would go to war for it or something. That should get the spooks attention.

Than set a hidden video camera somewhere watching the "package" and see who comes checking it out.

Good luck to you.



posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 03:10 PM
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Im sorry but you are wrong, in the Uk you can buy all mobiles with cash.

respects



posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 03:13 PM
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Originally posted by JJay55
Seriously, what is so important that you are saying on your cell phone that they are listening to?
Are you a government official, CEO, terrorist? Do you deal in yellow cake, fertilizer, or shoulder fired missiles? Who have you talked to that might fit those descriptions? Do you search for child porn, how to build a bomb, or poisoning techniques? Have you travelled to Pakistan, Afghanistan or Indonesia lately?


Its not about what I am or I am not saying on my mobile phone. Its about my privacy and freedom being invaded, about my own personal space and my choice not to be tracked, listened to or having personal information owned without my say so.

respects



posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 03:18 PM
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u know when ur getting a call (transfered from waves) if ur phone is next to the speakers,they will start "pipipipipipipipi"
well every like..hour or something,my speakers are going "pi ipipip"
like..i dont know...tracking?



posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 03:28 PM
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set up how ever may be listening... you know set up
something too sweet to ignore. and then have a few
of your mates attend the blanket party. and shovel
the bug where the sun dont shine..



posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 03:41 PM
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If you are an O2 user and get a text from "2030" with the message saying

"O2:We're about to send you a text message containing settings so you can use Wap> If you're asked to save or activate them, please choose YES"

The next text will be from "Service provider"
Select 'Save' from 'Options' to configure all settings.
Access Point
O2 Postpay Wap
Web settings
Wap

The final one is from "2030" again.
"O2: Good news! You're now set-up to use Wap. Have fun using them. If u have an problems please call your appropriate service centre. Terms Apply"

Apparently it's a phone dialer or something like that. Checkers got the same message a few weeks ago and contacted O2. They said it wasn't from them but didn't really seem to care much.

www.jetblasters.com...



posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 03:53 PM
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and reply to phoenix103

Where from? I tried and couldn't find anywhere that would accept cash.



posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 03:58 PM
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Loads of places do. All the high street retailers such as Dixons and Argos don't care how you pay.

I can't reveal much of my background but the telco do not see sales details anyway so that doesn't work to validate and thats the point with prepay, there is no validation!



posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 04:00 PM
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Originally posted by captiva

Originally posted by JJay55
Seriously, what is so important that you are saying on your cell phone that they are listening to?
Are you a government official, CEO, terrorist? Do you deal in yellow cake, fertilizer, or shoulder fired missiles? Who have you talked to that might fit those descriptions? Do you search for child porn, how to build a bomb, or poisoning techniques? Have you travelled to Pakistan, Afghanistan or Indonesia lately?


Its not about what I am or I am not saying on my mobile phone. Its about my privacy and freedom being invaded, about my own personal space and my choice not to be tracked, listened to or having personal information owned without my say so.

respects


You do not have that choice, an inherent part of the system is being able to identify where the phone is in order to route calls. Further, that data is available as an archive for a period of time (usually a minimum of 12 months).

If you want utter privacy you have only one option, ditch the phone and any credit or debit cards, store cards etc.

We'll not even get into the whole internet side of things!



posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 06:29 PM
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Originally posted by captiva

Originally posted by JJay55
Seriously, what is so important that you are saying on your cell phone that they are listening to?
Are you a government official, CEO, terrorist? Do you deal in yellow cake, fertilizer, or shoulder fired missiles? Who have you talked to that might fit those descriptions? Do you search for child porn, how to build a bomb, or poisoning techniques? Have you travelled to Pakistan, Afghanistan or Indonesia lately?


Its not about what I am or I am not saying on my mobile phone. Its about my privacy and freedom being invaded, about my own personal space and my choice not to be tracked, listened to or having personal information owned without my say so.

respects

No, it's actually about what you are saying. There is no such thing as privacy... that's not a right. You use a public airwave and it's not your possession, sorry.
And no one really cares about common conversations when you tell mum you love her and what's for dinner anyway. What are you afraid of and what do you have to hide that you can't express yourself freely in public anyway?



posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 07:12 PM
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This has been gone over many times.

Yes your phone is tapped so is everyone elses, your not special in that regard.


A full list of who, where, how and what is done with ALL voice Data and computer communications can be found on this thread here:

Your Cell Phone is Tapped

Kind Regards,

Elf



posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 07:44 PM
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Originally posted by captiva
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Im sorry but you are wrong, in the Uk you can buy all mobiles with cash.

respects

Absolutely right, you don't need ID to buy a Mobile here in the UK, if they ask for it, which I have never heard of besides opening a direct debit, just walk away, you can buy them anywhere.

As for the phone tapping part, I know it's easy for me to say, but out of 60 million in this country, the resources needed to monitor individuals has to be minuscule, unless your involved with someone they are interested in and don't know you are yourself, which is very possible.

Back in the 80's when I was a snotty nosed know it all kid, I got into all kinds of things from the Anarchist Movement, which led to having friends in the ALF, and we all listened to the same music, Conflict, Crass ETC.

The secret service followed their little groups around everywhere, towns where venues booked them to play got warnings which led to them being unable to play almost anywhere outside of a squat.

In the end, and I thought this was hilarious, they started holding meetings at McDonalds, and it worked for a while, the last place you would think of looking for members of the ALF would be in a burger place, and for those of you who would ask, no I am not a veggie, I do eat and enjoy meat, as well as wearing my suede boots.

Things have changed a huge amount since then, at least you could see who they where most of the time, now they can sit anywhere in the World and know everything your up too, who you hang with, right down to what you eat, one of the reasons I refuse points cards at the stores, none of their damn business TBH.

You cant get away from it really, if they want to watch or listen we cant really stop them, just let them waste their time, watching our lives slink by.

My advice if you want it, would be to do nothing, let them have their time, changing your provider will just delay them for a short time, throwing your phone away again just a waste of money, they know the tricks.

I would say when we do start getting asked for ID before buying a phone is the time to worry.

But you are 100% right, no ID needed for a phone here in the UK.

[edit on 20/9/2009 by azzllin]



posted on Sep, 20 2009 @ 07:49 PM
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Originally posted by lightchild
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and reply to phoenix103

Where from? I tried and couldn't find anywhere that would accept cash.




Seriously? I don't know anywhere that would want card payment over cash, which part of the UK wont accept cash for a phone? I aint going there.



posted on Sep, 21 2009 @ 04:22 PM
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I haven't read all of this thread and so don't know if someone has already posted this yet....

I have just switched contracts, went to T-mobiles solo contract, you get just a simcard, no phone. So I bought myself a nice new phone, one of the touch screen ones.

Anyhow, Playing with a new phone is something I cant resist, and I fell across Google maps.... loaded it, and it shows a lovely map of where you are, and states... You are within 1800 metres of this mark!!!

And guess what? I was within 1800 metres! Now I'm sure that google doesn't have my postcode, or does T-mobile provide that info? Either way Our phones can certainly pinpoint where we are!!!



posted on Sep, 21 2009 @ 07:46 PM
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I don't know exactly how to help you but I can give you a suggestion. Call a friend in his presence and see if his phone rings. Ask your friend not to respond and listen if your call is answered. Another suggestion if you can change your Phone number but don't use your phone for that conversation. Either use some one Else's phone or speak in person to the Customer service. I hope this helps. I know it is terrible feelings. Because some time you passing on sensitive information to other party such as driving license, credit card or social number etc. etc.



posted on Sep, 23 2009 @ 07:27 PM
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As explained in my earlier post and further
100% without a doubt, and every single computer will now be infected by Software to watch every thing you do and say....

Oh by the way it is openly agreed and in the statement of purpose!

you have to all Look at the following now:

EU Big Brother Project Indect

Ladies and gentlemen

George Orwell has left the room, and been replaced by reality.

Elf.



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