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This needs to bought to light so everyone can see exactly what is actually going on here - this is a comment I made yesterday when
Maxmars posted his thread opener regarding the hacked ID issue:-
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The introduction of the Apple iphone was a vast experiment in individual tracking technology from the very start - this latest news only verifies what
law enforcement has had at their disposal for years now.
Ask yourself - why does the iphone it have a built-in battery for instance? - the answer may surprise most people:-
Even if a cell phone is completely turned off, law enforcement authorities can still listen in on the conversations that a suspect is having.
All that is necessary is for the battery to still be in the cell phone.
According to CNET News, the FBI can remotely activate the microphone on your cell phone and listen to whatever you are saying.... The FBI appears to
have begun using a novel form of electronic surveillance in criminal investigations: remotely activating a mobile phone's microphone and using it to
eavesdrop on nearby conversations. The technique is called a "roving bug," and was approved by top U.S. Department of Justice officials for use
against members of a New York organized crime family who were wary of conventional surveillance techniques such as tailing a suspect or wiretapping
him. When you make a telephone call, it is never private.
The reality is that the NSA has been monitoring all phone calls for years and years. According to USA Today, the NSA intends "to create a database of
every call ever made".... The National Security Agency has been secretly collecting the phone call records of tens of millions of Americans, using
data provided by AT&T, Verizon and BellSouth, people with direct knowledge of the arrangement told USA
TODAYThe American Dream....
Similar but limited tracking technology such as Spy Bubble
allows for individuals to track
their "cheating partners' every move" including remote downloads of SMS messages, emails and recorded conversations.
Being ex-law enforcement and still having access to individuals within the service, take the following story as personal testimony.
A friend whom is in the upper echelons of the legal game and I regularly meet to discuss topics of mutual interest. This individual will simply refuse
to even utter a word unless both our phone(s) are at least 30m away - preferably housed within a sealed compartment. This individual is by no means a
conspiracy minded individual but is ACUTELY aware of the remote tracking and microphone activation technology available - because this individual uses
the same technology on others as deemed necessary and it does not matter if your phone is on or off or even if your battery is dead - as long as it is
in the phone!
Just remember, that little chip in your passport, for instance, holds a vast amount of data, requires no power source and can be scanned from a
distance - what then do you suppose your phone can hold by way of data - to be accessed remotely - and even if the battery is dead now, remember that
it was at one stage fully charged up!!!
Don't be fooled by the Government having your ID numbers on hand - that is a drop in the ocean compared to what they already have access