By Susanne Posel theintelhub.comJuly 12, 2012
Your wireless company is tracking you with GPS, recording your phone calls and text messages . . . and they are selling the information they collect to other corporations, nations, governments – anyone willing to pay for the data.
The US government is one of the wireless corporation’s biggest clients. They are collecting yotabytes of data from multiple sources on all American citizens.
Congressman Ed Markey complied a report wherein information from numerous cell phone corporations that showed just how much data law enforcement receives from prominent cell phone carriers.
AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile were requested to hand over personal client data to federal agencies and local law enforcement at an alarming rate.
Sprint, catering to the illegal data mining of government agencies, has also made their job easier by providing an automated web interface specifically designed for law enforcement which allowed them to retrieve more public information than from any other cellular phone carrier.
The Obama administration is attempting to force Congressional law to rewrite cellular phone privacy rights .
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