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  1. On “cell phone tracking,” the system supposes that one keeps the phone with them at all times. However, as for myself, I cannot hear the phone (even with earbuds in) when I go walking due to the traffic and over-sized tires on the roads where I walk. Therefore, no phone.

    Likewise, there is no reason to take my phone into church; therefore, I turn it off before leaving home and leave it under my seat in my car. Hence, there are hours out of every week that I go untracked.

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    • Can You Track Switched Off Phones? Apparently, NSA Can!
      Wanna track switched-off phones? Not so fast!

      Another site has a different opinion, feeling that a Phone that is Turned-Off Can’t be Tracked, but end their article with:
      “As far as anyone can tell, the NSA can’t actually track phones when they’re turned off, but the fact that we can’t know for sure is alarming.”

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      • About 7 years ago, I had a very reliable source insist we leave our phones away when we met. This person indicated they are traceable. Ever since, when I meet with any source dealing with sensitive information, we don’t bring phones.

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        • In the Mill, I just explained in another Reply on your Blog on the Food Processing Companies issues, I mentioned that we used Radios. Radios had this magical way of accidentally being Keyed when someone was saying something that could get them in trouble. People have bent over and keyed the radio, and were talking about Insensitive Things, a good coworker would key their radio over it to lessen the damage.

          But one department, at the community table (3 chairs), EVERYONE had to put their Radios on the Table in Clear Sight before conversations would begin. There might be more than 3, some might be standing, but all radios on the table. That stopped that accidental keying. LOL.

          Mistrust of Phones is a smart idea. Snowden, now in Russia, removes the Camera and Microphone from his Cellphones even in Russia. He carries a Plug-In Microphone, and uses that to make or receive calls, otherwise, no one can see, no one can listen.

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