posted on Mar, 24 2010 @ 08:29 PM
The government can access your phone even when the battery is removed. I am not ENTIRELY positive of the technology, but I do know that the power
comes from either the capacitors and batteries inside the phone, or uses transducers to pick up ambient and broadcast frequencies in the air and uses
them to power the microphone and outgoing transmissions. It works in a way similar to the Powermat charger device that has recently come out. The
government can not only listen to your conversations, or surroundings, but they can also pinpoint your location and even go as far as sending
surveillance drones or satellite airstrikes to your location. The upside to this technology is that it can be utilized to access the cell phone
networks for free service, but then you have the problem of the government tracking you AND that will only attract their attention more. It used to be
possible to disable this feature in your phone by circuit modification, the producers of cellphones now design the circuit in a way that makes that
part of the circuit necessary for any other function of your phone.
Here's another piece of information for you: your motor vehicle most likely has a similar device or series of devices, but it uses RFID instead of
IMEI. The same sensors in the roads that detect when a car is waiting at a stoplight also detect when a car passes it, and detects the specific
identity of the owner of the vehicle each time. These detectors reside on public roads, highways, toll booths, bridges, etc. So, not only can the
government track your phone, they can track your vehicle, or tell when you are at home. In addition to that, vehicles with electronic starts (i.e.
Minivans with magnetic fobs in place of keys) can be turned off at any time. All of this is entirely free to the government, and all of it is VERY
beneficial to them as well. Basically, you, your car, and your phone are on constant surveilance, especially if theyhave reason to. After this post,
I'm probably going to destroy my computer, they are most definitely concerned with what I know about all of this.