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Jammers - A safe tool to protect your Mobile Data

Posted on Tuesday, November 04 2014 @ 12:11:19 CET by

Mobile phone surveillance is at an all-time rise in the current generation. At a time, when almost all people possess at least one mobile phone, the request for phone records has flooded the enforcement agencies. With time, the number of such requests is ever on the rise. As many as nine wireless carriers have released their data according to the reports. This has created a major uproar in the civil directorate regarding the infringement into the privacy of people.

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There were reports last month that the nine different wireless carriers were asked to send the detailed phone records of the mobile phone users. Most of the companies gave a positive response to this request. So much so, that mobile tracking has become a common aspect for police departments and other investigation agencies. However, there might be chances that the personal space of millions might be invaded by this enforcement. There was serious threat to the infringement of privacy by the police department just for looking for a needle in the haystack.

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The carriers have released detailed statements regarding this aspect. In those reports, it has been claimed that special teams are trained to operate and respond to the requests for surveillance. Apart from that, it is their utmost concern that only those data, which have been asked for by the enforcement department. Interestingly, there is no fear of releasing any data to the public forum unless there is absolute surety of physical injury or fatal threats. However, there are still chances that this aspect might lead to mass outrage. Also, with mobile phone surveillance increasing, it is expected that such warrants will become more common. A number of companies including Google Inc, Facebook Inc, Sprint Nextel and Microsoft Corp have requested the lawmakers to take back the Privacy Act. According to the directives of this act, any online data, mobile content and other information such as location is completely warrant protected. In the vent of regulation of this act, the government just casually rips up all the information and sometimes, unimportant data, as well. However, if the act is overhauled, it will mean that the government will have to get a warrant issued before churning out the private data. This will also ensure that the government asks for a warrant for only such information, which it actually requires instead of asking for mass bulk up.

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In an open letter, it was described that approximately 0.25 per cent of wireless subscribers were on the receiving end of surveillance requests by law enforcement organisations. Most of these requests were assumed to be from other subscribers, whereas actually they were not. However, most companies have well-trained professionals for handling infringement requests. The popular AT&T has approximately a hundred professional employees who receive requests of surveillance. Also, this has paved up the path for high quality mobile phone jammers , which make sure that your private data remains private even if a surveillance procedure is on. Several private agencies are developing such jammers, which are capable of protecting your personal mobile data from such infringements.

These jammers are sure to provide you, your much needed privacy before there is actually a law to protect it. Don’t let unforeseen circumstances get the better of you. Get Jammers today.


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