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wow

East Bernstadt, KY

#60 Apr 4, 2013
This post was about privacy or rather the lack of and the things anyone can find out about anyone else. Hackers come in all levels no doubt. Anyone care to post their real name, birthday, ss#, someone will-could respond soon with a truckload of info. Apparently anyone can if they know where to look. With that said, just imagine what a smart person with the right connections could find, no secrets.
english

Manchester, KY

#61 Apr 4, 2013
LOL wrote:
You really have to love the mentality of people who live in a world of which they have little understanding. Cell technology has been around since the 30's but not widely used until the early 80's. Cell phones now are simply a small computer with a phone in it no different than you can install a cell phone in your computer. Theeasiest way to avoid trouble with one is not to use it for anything other than telephone and don't put private information on it and all you have to do is put it there, you don't have to store it for it to be available. You can get around that issue, and you can make yourself safe from computer attack. But do you carry your leather purse with credit and debit cards in it or do you use an RFID proof wallet or similar object? Do you pay by debit card using a cell phone or the internet in any way or do you use the safest method, which is the credit card? Do you pay in restaurants using a debit card that leaves your sight? Do you hand somebody a check who swipes it then does not return it to you? You can easily see how all these things are handled at various places simply by looking at your bank statement. The cell phone or the computer is not the issue. It's the payment method you use. You can use your cell phone to pay by check. Just take a picture. You ever think about that. How does that work? It works because everything needed is right there on the check, which is the weakest form of payment, right behind the debit card. Your paper check is not needed, just your routing number and account number and your name helps as well. If a person has that, they have the key to your bank account. Learn how to protect yourself. It's not difficult but does demand diligence. Learn to understand the world you live in and what the true dangers are and how to recognize them when seen.
Good Laud Wall of text..Paragraphs man paragraphs if you want people to read it.
Holy Cow

Williamsburg, KY

#62 Apr 4, 2013
None of this is true people. Jenny starts this crackpot nonsense and you all buy into it.

“smiling on a cloudy day”

Since: Jan 09

Shakedown Street

#108 Apr 4, 2013
I would like to know about locating cars, you know, the topic of this thread?

Can we talk about that? I doubt it!

Since: Sep 09

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#112 Apr 4, 2013
Bronston Man wrote:
I would like to know about locating cars, you know, the topic of this thread?
Can we talk about that? I doubt it!
I don't know anything about finding out what kind of cars someone has. That was by poster #1. Hopefully he's still on here. I'm the one who brought up other aspects of internet surveillance and violations of personal privacy, such as the webpages which would let anyone know where anyone else was in real time (those I found out went off-line last year). And about the cell phone locator apps which are still available (but require a software download).

Since: Sep 09

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#116 Apr 4, 2013
Anyone know about the car thing or any other things related to loss of privacy?
Water

London, KY

#124 Apr 5, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
Anyone know about the car thing or any other things related to loss of privacy?
The loss of privacy is mainly due to morons getting on social networks and telling everyone, everything about themselves. Many problems can be fixed, but plain old stupidity is a tough project.
Water

London, KY

#126 Apr 5, 2013
Once and for all; secret cell phone tracking by individuals is not legal and is not available through any carriers. If you "secretly" install tracking software on the phone of an adult you have broken the law. You can track your minor children. You can also track your employees if you supply the phone.
jack2yourjenny

London, KY

#127 Apr 5, 2013
Water wrote:
Once and for all; secret cell phone tracking by individuals is not legal and is not available through any carriers. If you "secretly" install tracking software on the phone of an adult you have broken the law. You can track your minor children. You can also track your employees if you supply the phone.
Unless you pay the bill. Then it is your account and you can do as you wish. Children and adults can be triangulated using towers. Not until 2018 will all cell phones require the 50M rule for GPS location. As of now some phone manufactures have incorporated GPS capable phones.

Whoever said they tracked a cell phone is a liar. Unless it was Apple or another GPS phone and it would have to have been activated. So it was not "a joke" as the liar stated.
google it

London, KY

#128 Apr 5, 2013
Google "cell phone tracking apps"
google it

London, KY

#129 Apr 5, 2013
Water wrote:
Once and for all; secret cell phone tracking by individuals is not legal and is not available through any carriers. If you "secretly" install tracking software on the phone of an adult you have broken the law. You can track your minor children. You can also track your employees if you supply the phone.
You can't listen to what people say on a phone. Name a law saying you can't track them.
Ralph

London, KY

#130 Apr 5, 2013
"U.S. Cell-Phone Tracking Clipped
Ryan Singel 10.27.05
Federal law enforcement attempts to use cell phones as tracking devices were rebuked twice this month by lower court judges, who say the government cannot get real time tracking information on citizens without showing probable cause."

...... or go to jenny's website. lmao
google it

London, KY

#131 Apr 5, 2013
Ralph wrote:
"U.S. Cell-Phone Tracking Clipped
Ryan Singel 10.27.05
Federal law enforcement attempts to use cell phones as tracking devices were rebuked twice this month by lower court judges, who say the government cannot get real time tracking information on citizens without showing probable cause."
...... or go to jenny's website. lmao
Private citizens aren't cops. Cops have to have warrants. Regular people don't.
Ralph

London, KY

#132 Apr 6, 2013
google it wrote:
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Private citizens aren't cops. Cops have to have warrants. Regular people don't.
It can't be done on any cell phone that it is not programmed for GPS and activated by the account holder. Not 5 years ago or 5 minutes ago the story is a lie.

google it.
HtwoO

East Bernstadt, KY

#133 Apr 6, 2013
Introducing SpyBubble!
HtwoO

East Bernstadt, KY

#135 Apr 6, 2013
You can be tracked to when you get up in the morning to the expriation date on your milk and even the toothpaste that you use or don't.
Living Large

London, KY

#137 Apr 6, 2013
Doflotchy wrote:
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I see, you have to install a tracking app to your GPS phone before someone can locate you.
Now it does. It changed a few years ago. Use to be gps stayed on if the phone was on and could be tracked if you had the phone number. Every phone has a different gps chip number assigned to it. There were sites that'd locate them for you. The sites with servers for tracking them closed down. I heard there was a lawsuit over them.
WOW

East Bernstadt, KY

#138 Apr 7, 2013
WOW

East Bernstadt, KY

#139 Apr 7, 2013
Water

London, KY

#140 Apr 11, 2013
google it wrote:
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You can't listen to what people say on a phone. Name a law saying you can't track them.
I can't tell what you are trying to say. I don't know the names of laws, but I do know it is illegal to secretly track an adults phone. You can listen in on their conversation all you want, if they allow it. Also, if you tape a phone call, and neither party is aware, you are breaking the law.

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