Beware big brother the feds are track...

Beware big brother the feds are tracking you

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Really

United States

#1 Feb 13, 2013
http://www.nbcnews.com/technology/technolog/s...

How many billions of dollars do you think that the federal government will pay for this information?

Come on... Tracking "terrorists" via facebook? This has NOTHING to do with terrorists and everything about tracking people in general. There is so much information in your "digital fingerprint" it's crazy.

Between your web usage, your mobile phone usage, your credit card usage, etc, there really is no place to hide anymore...
CBH

Powell, TN

#2 Feb 13, 2013
Vary true. There no where to hide it getting bad out there. Be careful what you say on your phone because they can trace your call and find you!. That what we been hearing in the past few days. Change your password on your computer every month. Trust me it will help.
LMAO

Sevierville, TN

#3 Feb 13, 2013
CBH wrote:
Vary true. There no where to hide it getting bad out there. Be careful what you say on your phone because they can trace your call and find you!. That what we been hearing in the past few days. Change your password on your computer every month. Trust me it will help.
The ability to track your cell phone has been in place since 2004. We put in gps tracking on all e-911 capable cell towers in 2004 also. Even with your cell turned off as long as the battery is in it, it can be tracked. Voice and key word recognition hardware began being installed about 2004 also in the cities and exspanded to all cell sites in 2007. It use to route info to fort meade, maryland, now the last i heard its routed to utah somewhere. Welcome to 1984. Orwell would be so proud. The sad part of this is, todays kids accept the losses of freedom with out a second thought.

“What divides people is wrong ”

Since: Nov 09

Location hidden

#4 Feb 14, 2013
LMAO wrote:
<quoted text>The ability to track your cell phone has been in place since 2004. We put in gps tracking on all e-911 capable cell towers in 2004 also. Even with your cell turned off as long as the battery is in it, it can be tracked. Voice and key word recognition hardware began being installed about 2004 also in the cities and exspanded to all cell sites in 2007. It use to route info to fort meade, maryland, now the last i heard its routed to utah somewhere. Welcome to 1984. Orwell would be so proud. The sad part of this is, todays kids accept the losses of freedom with out a second thought.
Just for fun text or post "it's the bomb" every day and bury that system. Just a little civil disobedience is fun.
watch what you say

United States

#5 Feb 14, 2013
Mark Rice wrote:
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Just for fun text or post "it's the bomb" every day and bury that system. Just a little civil disobedience is fun.
You are now on king husseins drone hit list. Beware of the drone.

Since: Jan 13

Tennessee

#6 Feb 14, 2013
watch what you say wrote:
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You are now on king husseins drone hit list. Beware of the drone.
Does anyone else hear that buzzing sound.....?
What the hell is tha........BOOOOOOOMMMM!!!!!!

“What divides people is wrong ”

Since: Nov 09

Location hidden

#7 Feb 14, 2013
watch what you say wrote:
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You are now on king husseins drone hit list. Beware of the drone.
I'd like to think if I was on a list it would be as a threat to national insecurity but that's just my own vanity.
Not Perfect

Morristown, TN

#8 Feb 14, 2013
Mark Rice wrote:
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Just for fun text or post "it's the bomb" every day and bury that system. Just a little civil disobedience is fun.
This country was built on civil disobedience. We know from experience it is an effectice tool to use for creating change. However, I disagree with your "fun". Remember the little boy who cried wolf. Don't screw around with potential life saving technology.
Broke Girl

Morristown, TN

#9 Feb 14, 2013
What do you have to fear if you are not breaking the law?
Me here

Morristown, TN

#10 Feb 14, 2013
Broke Girl wrote:
What do you have to fear if you are not breaking the law?
Laws change. The information stored does not.
Leaders change. Systems, and the established powers granted to those in charge are built up one upon the other.
What was once established as 'necessary' can swiftly be abused.
It has happened many times before and will happen again. Being vigilant means being aware. It means not being naive. It means recognizing that even sincere efforts can be abused, especially in an ever changing environments.
Giving away rights and privacy should never be done lightly, however desperate the situation at any given time seems.
Dont take out freedoms

United States

#11 Feb 14, 2013
Broke Girl wrote:
What do you have to fear if you are not breaking the law?
Because it is NOT any of yours or the governemnts damn business. and of today I still have that free right. Go ahead and be another blind a$$ sheep and put your head back up your backside. dayum just dayum

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