We Own the Things, But they Control It

Mobile phones have become an essential part of human life. From communications, making phone calls, accessing the Internet, to documenting the world, mobile phones are in every use. Unfortunately, mobile phones were not designed for privacy and security. Not only do they do a poor job of protecting your communications, but they also expose you to new kinds of surveillance risks—especially location tracking. There is no way to hide from this kind of tracking as long as your mobile phone is powered on and transmitting signals to an operator’s network.

We own the phone, we paid for that phone, but they control our phone. The younger generation, which uses mobile for every single activity from banking to shopping, is the most prominent victim.

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Governments and corporations are out of control. No ethics or respect from anyone or anything.

Modern smartphones have other radio transmitters in addition to the mobile network interface. They all have Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support. These signals are transmitted with less power than a mobile signal. They can normally be received only within a short-range (such as within the same room or the same building), although sometimes using a sophisticated antenna allows these signals to be detected from unexpectedly long distances.

Modern smartphones provide ways for the phone to determine its own location, often using GPS and sometimes using other location companies’ services. Apps can ask the phone for this location information and provide services based on location, such as maps that show you your position on the map. Some of these apps will then transmit your location over the network to a service provider, which, in turn, provides a way for other people to track you.

The Apps Are Stealing Your Data

Your privacy, data, and information may be at stake, even if you deny these apps permission. As per the latest research, nearly 1000 applications harvest your data, even when you don’t allow them. This is an eye-opening thought when companies such as Facebook, Google, and Amazon are under the microscope for their privacy policies. As per the research, apps with no permissions can piggyback on other apps you’ve given permissions to. These apps can even gather data from your Wi-Fi connection.

The item you see in one app, we’ll also appear in another app, and all of us have experienced this. If you’ve seen ads on apps for items you look up in a completely different app, you might have spotted some of this data harvesting at work.

Millions of smartphone users confess their most intimate secrets to apps, including when they want to work on their body muscles or the price of the mobile phone they checked just yesterday. Other apps know the user’s body weight, blood pressure, menstrual cycle, or pregnancy status.

The apps you download may ask for permission to access your calendar, camera, contacts, location, microphone, phone, SMS, storage, and sensors. Some permissions are necessary for the app to function. If it’s a mapping app, then sure, location data comes with the territory. If it’s a word game asking for your location, maybe just say no. The problem comes when apps ask for permission to parts of your phone that you don’t want to grant, or they don’t require at all. For example, if you give apps access to your microphone, they may be

It’s not data that is being exploited. It’s people that are being exploited.asd

The Agenda is in Full Swing

If you think the military and police are here to keep you safe, then you are wrong. They are here to control you and keep watch on you for their Rich Masters. We are nothing but slaves to the masters. And the laws are created for slaves only. We are just slaves, hypnotized slaves. The top 1% don’t live under laws. Just look at our freedoms going away, infant of our eyes.

It’s disappointing if not surprising this activity isn’t expressly illegal everywhere. People need to wake up now. The world is changing, and It’s not safe anymore. We need to keep our private matter off the Internet and smartphones. Do not allow your phone to carry any sensitive information.

“Ultimately, saying that you don’t care about privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different from saying you don’t care about freedom of speech because you have nothing to say.” – Edward Snowden

Are we still going to allow them to control our life?

Time to take some steps, people!

Deuteronomy 31:6 6 – Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you.

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