posted on Dec, 28 2011 @ 11:58 AM
I once worked with software by Mobitor
that provides (FDA) back-door access to all phones of
surgeons, reps, delivery techs, service proviers, etc...
Surgical implants (like pinnacle, etc..) are rfid tagged, surgical tools are tagged, and tracked. These tags can be traced to "locate missing parts
and tools". I haven't verified, but suspect data coming in and out of mobile devices is all voip now, which makes tapping a breeze. A gui probably
exists to review the IO of any devices in the phone at some level of access (I only had limited access, but i'm sure the god code to this server is
the key to a lot of personal and professional information). See SOTI - Mobi Control
The database/field implementation is deployed by WhiteHenn Communications
. Whitehenn field technicians and help
desk reps can use server side mobitor software to view entire classes of devices simultaneously. Global, international, by organization, division,
facility, etc..., as well as write to devices (of course that is being monitored too). All contacts, contracts, supply actions, financials, surgical
records, compromising patient notes, virtually all internal and external communications, etc... are accessible via mobitor. The surgeons clearly were
not informed of the extent of intruezion. (Not to mention that some of the cost was being set up in users fees to be pushed off onto the backs of the
surgeons, as well as requiring certain phones to be purchased by all parties involved in SOPIC, generating more consumer control and revenue for
WhiteHenn... and in turn, to Microsoft and every other involved proprietary licensing preditor).
It wouldn't be surprising that the surgeons didn't resist this change much. Thanks to certain social networking conglomerates for conditioning the
unsuspecting masses to the idea of being "the truman show". Proper conditions to foster A-pathetic regard. This project was commissioned by J&J and
Welcome to the b-org.