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What Information Can be Found With a Phone Number

When you consider connecting the dots to create a picture, imagine your phone number as the dot that connects everything else they know about you.  Even if they have it all, it is up to you whether or not they have the dot with your phone number to complete the picture.phone hacker

All it takes to find everything is to just find that phone number connected to one of the many things we already know like your facebook account (which requires a phone number) or any shopping card from a corporate retailer you may have given your number to.  Do you still believe those corporations don’t sell or trade your private information?  Well even if you do, it doesn’t matter because they are all systematically hacked a bare minimum of every 3-5 years.

Any email you get for free is being picked off as we speak.  It doesn’t matter if you gave the provider any phone information or not.  All you have to do is reveal your phone number in the text of an email and boom!! Mission accomplished!!  Free emails mine everything that comes across your screen, including drafts.  Why do you think they always want you to “secure” your email account with a phone number?

If you have connected to an old friend or new business acquaintance by email or social media and given them your phone number in a message it is connecting you to that phone number and that media account.

It’s called the world wide WEB for a reason.  Everything you do is sucked into a giant computer and maintained for profit and micromanagement of the public.  A good researcher can take an unknown phone number and use cell towers to “pair” it with other devices already known to be in your name.  For example: a burner phone (see our article on burner phones https://privacyliving.com/2016/05/17/what-is-a-burner-phone-how-can-it-help-me/ ) can have its owner pegged pretty efficiently when it is continually detected near the same owner’s normal cell phone or other smart device.  This can include cars with smart devices embedded in them.  By detecting an unknown phone continually traveling to the same places and staying at the same address all night along with already known devices it is easy to deduce that you are the owner.

As you can see, being truly anonymous requires some serious work but it is possible.  You can always pick up a copy of “Disappear in 24 Hours” by Lonn E Wolfenstein if you want to do a total makeover.  The book is available at Brave New Books in Austin TX or can be ordered by clicking the products link at the top of this page.

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Do You Know Where You Are?….Your Phone Does!

This morning I was awakened earlier than I prefer (11:00 am) by my phone sounding off with an “End of The World” alarm.  NO, I didn’t set the alarm.  It was an Amber Alert.  I didn’t sign up for Amber Alerts.  Not that I don’t care about kids being snatched out of their yard.  It is just that most of these Amber Alerts turn out to be nothing more than custody battles between wife and estranged husband.  So I don’t sign up for Amber Alerts.
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That all doesn’t matter because the nanny state has apparently signed me up against my will.  They also have signed me up for weather alerts.  Recently the same Amber Alert sound went off on my phone to let me know there is flooding in the area.  All I can say is “Thanks”.  I guess they haven’t figured out a way to determine that I had just finished moving my animals up the hill to keep them out of the flood water that had already come.  It’s good to know the nanny messenger is not communicating with the people who are watching me from the air.  This was in an area not known for good phone service either but luckily they got the warning to me. I can’t imagine what humans have done about bad weather for the past 6000 years.

The point here is simple.  Even if your phone is off, you are being tracked.  Take your battery out at the very least (unless you have an apple).  You need to buy a shield of some sort to put your phone in and keep it from being tracked.  Things only get worse from here.