Endoacustica - At Least One Spyware Provider Openly Claims Phones Can Be Used To Eavesdrop Without The Battery.


Statement Below Is From Their Website

Eavesdropping without battery
Even when the battery is taken out, the spy phone is still able to pick up sounds around it and transmit them.
This function is only available for law enforcement agencies.

Statement Above Is From Their Website

This is only one of the many spyware providers on the internet.


Fox Ten News - It's not just the NSA, state and local authorities also use cell phones to track you without a warrant.


This country sure has changed a lot since I was a boy.

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Minnesota Law Enforcement Also Admits To Tracking Your Phone Without A Warrant!

KXTV News 10 - Stalkers turn to cheap cell phone spyware to track victims

Channel 4 - The secret life of your cell phone: 350,000 messages in 24 hours.

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Judge Andrew Napolitano - "The Right To Privacy" Explained

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Economic Policy Journal - The NSA Has Nearly Complete Backdoor Capability to Access Apple's iPhone

Reports the Daily Dot:

The U.S. National Security Agency has the ability to snoop on nearly every communication sent from an Apple iPhone, according to leaked documents shared by security researcher Jacob Appelbaum and German news magazine Der Spiegel.

An NSA program called DROPOUTJEEP allows the agency to intercept SMS messages, access contact lists, locate a phone using cell tower data, and even activate the device’s microphone and camera.

According to leaked documents, the NSA claims a 100 percent success rate when it comes to implanting iOS devices with spyware. The documents suggest that the NSA needs physical access to a device to install the spyware—something the agency has achieved by rerouting shipments of devices purchased online—but a remote version of the exploit is also in the works.
Appelbaum says that presents one of two possibilities:
“Either [the NSA] have a huge collection of exploits that work against Apple products, meaning they are hoarding information about critical systems that American companies produce, and sabotaging them, or Apple sabotaged it themselves,” Appelbaum said at the Chaos Communication Conference in Hamburg, Germany.
(ht Micah Armantrout)
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WPXI – Spyware purchased over the internet allows ANYONE to listen to your conversations even when your phone is turned off.


2:00 into the report, CMU Professor Priya Narasimhan demonstrates that even though the phone is turned off, it can still be used to eavesdrop on its user. 



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ABC News - Phone hacked and contents stolen from the top of a building.


The - the National Security Agency is tracking billions of cellphones’ location data around the world

A new report reveals the National Security Agency is tracking billions of cellphones’ location data around the world, confirming the fears of privacy advocates that such information could be used to map relationships among people based on their movements.

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The Washington Post reported Wednesday that top-secret documents leaked by admitted whistleblower Edward Snowden show the NSA collects 5 billion records each day on cellphones worldwide. Although the agency is only legally allowed to target international cellphones without a warrant, it “incidentally” is getting its hands on domestic data as well. Data collected also includes that of Americans who travel abroad, the Post reported of an NSA official speaking on the condition of anonymity.

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Washington Post - How the NSA is tracking people right now.

How The NSA Is Tracking People Right Now
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Judge Andrew Napolitano - "Are Americans willing to trade privacy and liberty for the perception of security?"



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