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#3 Apr 2, 2013
You are barely touching on what's out there. It's been about three years since I've tried doing it but if I have someone's cell phone number and the phone is turned on I can find the exact location of that person at any given moment. I did it to my brother one day as a joke. When he got home in the evening I told him everywhere he had been that day. Anyone can do it.

Here's an added potential. Most people are home at 4AM. And if they leave their phone on it means the location of your home can become known. Then I can go to satellite imagery (photo maps) and see what your house looks like ..... what's in your backyard (sheds, barns, etc).

Spooky, isn't it?
BullPuckey

Somerset, KY

#6 Apr 2, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
You are barely touching on what's out there. It's been about three years since I've tried doing it but if I have someone's cell phone number and the phone is turned on I can find the exact location of that person at any given moment. I did it to my brother one day as a joke. When he got home in the evening I told him everywhere he had been that day. Anyone can do it.
Here's an added potential. Most people are home at 4AM. And if they leave their phone on it means the location of your home can become known. Then I can go to satellite imagery (photo maps) and see what your house looks like ..... what's in your backyard (sheds, barns, etc).
Spooky, isn't it?
Not without "Latitude" or another app you did not.
Haha

Williamsburg, KY

#7 Apr 2, 2013
You cannot get a list of someone's vehicles by filling out an online insurance quote in their name and you cannot receive a random individual's GPS coordinates by simply calling their cell phone.

Since: Sep 09

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#8 Apr 2, 2013
BullPuckey wrote:
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Not without "Latitude" or another app you did not.
When I did it all I had to do was go to a webpage and type in the person's cell phone number. Click 'locate' and ..... wallah..... I had their GPS location, which I could go to another webpage to show me were that longitude/latitude was on a map. On google maps I could home in on what building was there. Meaning restaurant, business, home, etc.

I didn't have to load any apps. I only went to a webpage. But you are right. There 'are' many apps which track people. I guess some people use them to track their children (particularly teens). Then you have the stalker husbands and boyfriends which also do it.
true

East Bernstadt, KY

#9 Apr 2, 2013
Haha wrote:
You cannot get a list of someone's vehicles by filling out an online insurance quote in their name and you cannot receive a random individual's GPS coordinates by simply calling their cell phone.
At some sites you can.The vehicles come up thats listed at the address you type in and it will ask you which vechicle you want the quote for.So dont say you cant do it because when I do my own address in a quote my vehicles come up.
As far as cell phone they can track you to the very spot you are at and they can also turn them on as long as the battery is still in the phone.Just like on star can track you and turn it on and hear what you are saying inside the car.What jenny posted is 100% true.They can also track every where you went all day long.There is an ap that even works with facebook.if you are on facebook your are tracked too.

Since: Sep 09

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#10 Apr 2, 2013
Haha wrote:
You cannot get a list of someone's vehicles by filling out an online insurance quote in their name and you cannot receive a random individual's GPS coordinates by simply calling their cell phone.
Unless laws have been enacted in the last three years closing those websites down I know you're wrong because I did it. Tracked someone's phone (my brother) without installing an apps on his phone. But if the Government has any sense they may now have laws against it. That type thing is open to all kinds of abuses, including stalking someone.
Very Funny

Williamsburg, KY

#12 Apr 2, 2013
One of you post a screen capture of a list of someone's cars and maybe then we'll believe you.

Oh, average citizens can't locate someone by calling their cell phone. If someone has Latitude or Glympse or some other tracking software installed for their friends and family to access, that is another matter entirely.

The FBI and law enforcement make use of Stingray femtocell devices, but again, that is an entirely different matter.
tutu

East Bernstadt, KY

#13 Apr 2, 2013
Very Funny wrote:
One of you post a screen capture of a list of someone's cars and maybe then we'll believe you.
Oh, average citizens can't locate someone by calling their cell phone. If someone has Latitude or Glympse or some other tracking software installed for their friends and family to access, that is another matter entirely.
The FBI and law enforcement make use of Stingray femtocell devices, but again, that is an entirely different matter.
Ok if you say so.
reader

Somerset, KY

#18 Apr 2, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
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Unless laws have been enacted in the last three years closing those websites down I know you're wrong because I did it. Tracked someone's phone (my brother) without installing an apps on his phone. But if the Government has any sense they may now have laws against it. That type thing is open to all kinds of abuses, including stalking someone.
There use to be several sites giving cell positions to anyone. But they shutdown last year. There was a lawsuit against one when an ex husband located where his ex wife was staying and she was hurt. The other sites shutdown before the same happened to them. But there's numerous tracking apps still available for use in tracking phones with an apps downloaded into them.
LOL

Somerset, KY

#19 Apr 2, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
You are barely touching on what's out there. It's been about three years since I've tried doing it but if I have someone's cell phone number and the phone is turned on I can find the exact location of that person at any given moment. I did it to my brother one day as a joke. When he got home in the evening I told him everywhere he had been that day. Anyone can do it.
Here's an added potential. Most people are home at 4AM. And if they leave their phone on it means the location of your home can become known. Then I can go to satellite imagery (photo maps) and see what your house looks like ..... what's in your backyard (sheds, barns, etc).
Spooky, isn't it?
If you know somebody's name you can get their address, then use satellite imagery to look at that address or even get a street level view. Thing is you don't get real time. For instance you may see somebody mowing their yard but you may be looking at it in the dead of winter. If you know the cell phone or home phone and you want the name, it's not a big deal. It's always been that way the only thing that has changed is the imagery but again it's not in real time, so who really cares. As far as cars, that's public record. Somebody really wants to know they can find out. Cost them a few bucks but again so what, I'm driving mine so they can see them anyway. I don't see the issue.

Since: Sep 09

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#20 Apr 2, 2013
LOL wrote:
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If you know somebody's name you can get their address, then use satellite imagery to look at that address or even get a street level view. Thing is you don't get real time. For instance you may see somebody mowing their yard but you may be looking at it in the dead of winter. If you know the cell phone or home phone and you want the name, it's not a big deal. It's always been that way the only thing that has changed is the imagery but again it's not in real time, so who really cares. As far as cars, that's public record. Somebody really wants to know they can find out. Cost them a few bucks but again so what, I'm driving mine so they can see them anyway. I don't see the issue.
Yes, I know about satellite imagery. It's photography and only updated at specific times. I've used it to look for good camping locations in the National Forest. But the cell phone locations I mentioned is in real-time. Since I told about those websites giving locations to anonymous seekers I hunted for them again and the ones I knew about are no longer online. The poster telling about the lawsuit against one of the sites is most likely correct. What he said makes sense that the sites were likely used by exs hunting ex-wives and ex-girlfriends and someone could have been injured or killed, it resulting in a lawsuit. I did find a lot of program applications others have mentioned on here for following what their teenagers are up to (or stalking husbands or wives which don't trust their spouses).

Since: Sep 09

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#21 Apr 2, 2013
LOL wrote:
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If you know somebody's name you can get their address, then use satellite imagery to look at that address or even get a street level view. Thing is you don't get real time. For instance you may see somebody mowing their yard but you may be looking at it in the dead of winter. If you know the cell phone or home phone and you want the name, it's not a big deal. It's always been that way the only thing that has changed is the imagery but again it's not in real time, so who really cares. As far as cars, that's public record. Somebody really wants to know they can find out. Cost them a few bucks but again so what, I'm driving mine so they can see them anyway. I don't see the issue.
Btw, you don't seem to realize the ramifications of being able to follow someone's every move that they make ..... where they go pretty much reveals what they're doing. It's a total violation of a person's privacy. But as I said in my last post, the websites I knew of three years ago seem to no longer be online.
LOL

Somerset, KY

#22 Apr 2, 2013
You may be right. Cell phones have a lot of weaknesses. People think the conversation is private but I have no problem listening and following the switches from tower to tower. I was shown that years ago. Iraq took over the Kuwait cell system back in the first gulf war and it became our job to listen. A Motorola engineer was dispatched to teach us. Amazing how easy it is and it has not changed, just a jumper and you got it. I only do it now to see if it still works. It does.

Since: Sep 09

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#23 Apr 2, 2013
LOL wrote:
You may be right. Cell phones have a lot of weaknesses. People think the conversation is private but I have no problem listening and following the switches from tower to tower. I was shown that years ago. Iraq took over the Kuwait cell system back in the first gulf war and it became our job to listen. A Motorola engineer was dispatched to teach us. Amazing how easy it is and it has not changed, just a jumper and you got it. I only do it now to see if it still works. It does.
There are some people which pay their bills using their cell phones to connect to the internet. Which means credit card numbers are used.

Since: Sep 09

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#24 Apr 2, 2013
LOL wrote:
You may be right. Cell phones have a lot of weaknesses. People think the conversation is private but I have no problem listening and following the switches from tower to tower. I was shown that years ago. Iraq took over the Kuwait cell system back in the first gulf war and it became our job to listen. A Motorola engineer was dispatched to teach us. Amazing how easy it is and it has not changed, just a jumper and you got it. I only do it now to see if it still works. It does.
Look at how many embarrassing things have gotten out do to someone hacking a movie star's cell phone pictures. The best example I can thing of that's very recent is the group Anonymous doing some hacking (very justified in this case) and getting photos and videos of the rape of a girl by football players in Steubenville Ohio. As a side note, I love the heck out of Anonymous, they're awesome.
Freud

Somerset, KY

#26 Apr 3, 2013
reader wrote:
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There use to be several sites giving cell positions to anyone. But they shutdown last year. There was a lawsuit against one when an ex husband located where his ex wife was staying and she was hurt. The other sites shutdown before the same happened to them. But there's numerous tracking apps still available for use in tracking phones with an apps downloaded into them.
Link please.
real

East Bernstadt, KY

#27 Apr 3, 2013
Privacy in the sense of nobody knowing things about you that you don't want them to know is probably 98% dead. Anonymity, in the sense that you are one of millions of reference files that nobody cares to look up, is readily available. Whatever you put out there is still out there.
reader2

East Bernstadt, KY

#29 Apr 3, 2013
Google your name.
Water

London, KY

#30 Apr 3, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
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Unless laws have been enacted in the last three years closing those websites down I know you're wrong because I did it. Tracked someone's phone (my brother) without installing an apps on his phone. But if the Government has any sense they may now have laws against it. That type thing is open to all kinds of abuses, including stalking someone.
It was against the law then and is now. You cannot legally pretend to be someone else. It was, is and will be known as identity theft. Plus, you have demonstrated that you are a chauvinistic POS by referencing only stalker husbands and boyfriends in your above post. Females are as bad or worse as you if any of the BS you posted about stalking your "brother" is true.
try to learn something

London, KY

#31 Apr 3, 2013
Water wrote:
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It was against the law then and is now. You cannot legally pretend to be someone else. It was, is and will be known as identity theft. Plus, you have demonstrated that you are a chauvinistic POS by referencing only stalker husbands and boyfriends in your above post. Females are as bad or worse as you if any of the BS you posted about stalking your "brother" is true.
To use the cell trackers she's talking about all anybody had to do was go to their webpage and put the phone number and it would tell you where it was at in real time. You didn't pretend to be somebody else because you didn't have to put who you were.

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