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MISS LIBERTY AND THE SURVEILLANCE FACTOR

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Author, Chuck Frank

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While millions are glued to their cellphones and national and international news clips rule, the mainstream people are distracted by a psycho-political assault upon their minds.  The club of mind benders from Silicon Valley, the New York Times and other other lackluster cellphone news outlets are meant to program and indoctrinate hundreds of millions with political correctness and thought control but will also fleece the flock with advertisements galore.  So, while the a polluted river of information floods the nations to keep the people glued to either their cellphone, TV, movies or a PC Game, our dear Miss Liberty and freedom continues to slip away at light speed.  And how is it that so many people are either oblivious to this fact or perhaps not even aware of it?  Well, it is high time that we the people come together and deal with the greatest worldly heist of freedom that has ever  happened in the history of the world.  One may say that this is not possible when looking at past regimes where Kings and tyrants had ruled their kingdoms with tyranny and terror, however, I disagree with this assessment.

Since 9/11, when the towers fell, a massive warrant-less surveillance system imposed by George W. Bush became the beginning of the framework for a society which has now been retooled, so to speak, as a post 1984 Big Brother state. The U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights remain under attack by certain factions within the government, whether it be the courts, the deep state,, the federal and state agencies, universities, former Presidents, or certain members of Congress within the two party system.  And as the American people try to navigate through a world which has greatly changed since the last century they find it harder and harder to remain free in a nation that fought for freedom abroad but now no longer offers the very lesson and life that originally came with more compassion, fewer laws and greater opportunity for all.

With the rising surveillance factor, in regard to cellphones, the governments of the world, such as America, are already invading our privacy with unconstitutional warrant-less surveillance, whether our cellphone is either on or off.  So if a person’s texts or their private conversations are being recorded and placed in a database cloud to where one day that information may be used against them in a court hearing, and possibly  with “no jury”, then my friend, this nation and other countries would have fallen into the greatest tyrannical New World Order plot of all time.  And while China is already creating a surveillance super state, has not America been working at building a high tech, post 1984 Super State before Red China even had super computers?  And guess how China got their first super computers?  You got it.  American corporations sold them to China years ago.  It’s all in the game.  And lest all of the world becomes part of the China syndrome, to where nations tap into their own super sinful surveillance systems, ALL FREEDOM WILL BE LOST.

Police can get access to your cellphone data even after a Supreme Court ruled in favor of digital privacy advocates.
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/police-can-get-access-to-your-cellphone-data-even-after-the-supreme-court-ruling/

THE CHINA SIN/DROME: Collecting And Storing Personal Information

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Chuck Frank

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Do Americans know that they are being profiled by their telephone company?   Service providers such as AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile collect data and retain it but are not forthcoming in detailing the kind of data they collect and the reasons why they collect it.  Taking this a bit further, a quick glimpse here shows what smartphone service providers collect and what governments are up to.


In the near future people, depending upon the country they live in and government mandates, persons will not be able to buy or sell without a card or a smartphone that can be scanned at either a store or by using other electronic means that will connect to ones cell phone, their account or their computer.  Paying for anything in cash or by check will become  history and not an option.  This is a necessary evil that governments and corporations will enforce for the “benefit” of the country and the world.  My advice…don’t sell out to this monster which is meant to place every human being on the planet under an all seeing eye that will finally take away every last freedom for the sake of the “good of the whole.”

Taking this further, with service provider tracking, there are incoming and outgoing calls of the phone number that a person uses, plus the numbers that are received from calls and even the duration of the call is placed in a database.  Then there are the incoming and outgoing text messages and the phone numbers a person sends when texting which are being stored as well.  Also, how often emails are checked is still another profiling gesture, plus the the location of the user.

Data retention policies vary among service providers, and certain records are kept longer than others.  For instance, since September 2011, Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint all differ when it comes to how long they store any combination of cell tower history records, text message detail, text message content, IP session information, IP destination information, and bill copies. More

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