Cell Phones Are Tracking Devices That Governments, Police, Big Corporations And Stalkers Can Use To Easily Track Your Movements

Remember how they could find Tony Veitch via his phone after he went of to attempt to commit suicide!

If you regularly carry a cell phone around with you, you might as well say goodbye to your privacy.  The truth is that any cell phone you buy is going to track you wherever you go 24 hours a day.  Just as you leave “footprints” wherever you go on the Internet, so also your cell phone is constantly recording wherever you go in the physical world.  Most people do not realize this, but the reality is that cell phones are tracking devices that governments, law enforcement authorities, big corporations and even stalkers can use to easily track your movements.  If you do not know about this yet, then you are going to be absolutely amazed by what you are about to read.  Not only do cell phones track you wherever you go, they can also be used to listen to your private conversations even when they are turned off.  We live in a brave new world, and there are a lot of control freaks out there that love to monitor where we go and what we do.  Unfortunately, it seems like every time technology advances, we lose a little bit more privacy.  Eventually, we may wake up someday in a world where there is absolutely no privacy left.

On Black Friday, two U.S. shopping malls started actively using the FootPath Technology tracking system to monitor their customers.

This system captures the unique identification number that is assigned to each phone, and thus it enables the malls to constantly monitor what stores their customers enter.

The malls are putting up signs that warn customers about this system and that instruct them that they can “opt out” by turning off their cell phones.

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