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Gathering Personal Information

There has been a lot of talks during the past few years that the government is listening to your phone calls and doing anything they can to gather as much information as they can about each and individual person. Thus, recent news say that the government doesn’t need to listen to your phone calls to learn substantial amounts of personal information about you. One thing is certain, the more advanced our phone and technology gets, the easier will be for organizations like NSA to get information about anyone. Some individuals say that not only these organization get their data from your cell phones and your computer, but also from your car’s GPS system and other electronics. Even though the governments constantly deny that they gather information about you, and no matter how much evidence you have, they will continue to do so simply because they can.

 

Source:

http://mashable.com/2013/06/17/metadata-will-reveal-more/


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