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Feds Ping Sprint GPS Data

Posted: December 2, 2009
Feds Ping Sprint GPS Data
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Big Brother is watching and apparently he's using Sprint to do it. Recently, it came to light that law enforcement agencies have been tracking the movements of millions of Sprint subscribers via GPS for over a year. What does this mean for your privacy? Find out in The Loop! Frightening, right?


 

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  • klyonawesome

    @powfound dumb comment \r
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    @SIECKTWO Good comment, I agree. I feel like G4 tends to pick sides with what they think their viewers will pick. I don't blame kevin, I blame comcast. Also the person they picked was kind of stupid. \r
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    1. She suggested to contact your congress person. They can never help.\r
    2. The comment you made about how this can help people. Like \"911 I'm trapped in a burning car please come help.\"\r
    3. This is like google looking at your email. If you have nothing to hide, why worry.

    Posted: December 6, 2009 5:23 PM
    klyonawesome
  • powfound

    wake up people its the start of the new world government

    Posted: December 4, 2009 11:45 AM
  • SIECKTWO

    Warrants are used in searches and seizures, you do not need probable cause to know where someone is. If you want to go down the technical/legal road, this is completely constitutional. There are no laws about having the right to hide from law enforcement. Hence the reason there are no warrants being issued. This is what we do for a living, we know what's necessary to do our job, and as many people that get out of jail for technicalities, we make sure we do it right the first time. But way to go for making us look like Nazi's.

    Posted: December 4, 2009 8:42 AM
    SIECKTWO
  • R3LF_13

    SIECKTWO, What you say very well may be true, but if it is true then there should be no reason to resist the requirement of warrants, probable cause, judicial review, etc.

    Posted: December 3, 2009 1:46 PM
    R3LF_13
  • SIECKTWO

    Do you really think we track random innocent people down and drop from the roof on ropes and \"Muzzle\" people? Since the media is so against Law Enforcement you make it look like we're terrorizing people for no reason? This is used to track down murderers and rapists. If you're not a bad person, why worry about it? Try mentioning all the good things that came from this. i.e. 911 callers whose lives were saved because we tracked their cell down, all the bad people off the streets, etc.?????

    Posted: December 3, 2009 10:01 AM
    SIECKTWO
  • SIECKTWO

    Also, since none of you figured it out, customer consent would be if someones phone was stolen and we have to track it down and often arrest the person who stole it. We're such horrible people, huh?

    Posted: December 3, 2009 9:58 AM
    SIECKTWO
  • BigBadBilly

    Big Brother also uses GM's ONSTAR to listen in on conversations!

    \"During times of universal deceit,
    telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.\"
    GEORGE ORWELL

    Posted: December 3, 2009 1:46 AM
    BigBadBilly
  • oXb3

    so its only Sprint then?

    Posted: December 2, 2009 9:31 PM
    oXb3
  • XLfinalsaber

    first\r

    Posted: December 2, 2009 8:44 PM
    XLfinalsaber
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