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NSA, CIA Team Up, Tap Cell Phones to Find Drone Strike Targets


The Central Intelligence Agency can target anyone for a drone strike by tracking the geolocation of the individual’s cell phone with the help of the National Security Agency. Allegedly, some cell phones can even be tracked while powered down. As smart phones are fast becoming a crucial part of modern life, most people are now holding a device that allows them to be targeted by drones.

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SteveMT's picture

There will be plenty of drones to target us.

(estimated) 20 targets/day/7,500 drones = 150,000
In just ten days, 15M of us could be taken care of.

US Airspace To Crawl With 7,500 Drones In 5 Years

The chief of the Federal Aviation Administration predicted Thursday that U.S. airspace could be crowded with as many as 7,500 commercial drones within the next five years.

Homing devices

So, between smart meters and cell phones we don't have a chance. If the EMF doesn't get us, they can target us for drone and HAARP attacks! I feel safe?!?

meekandmild's picture

Time to leave the cell phones and smart phones at home

I don't need to connected to the net 24/7 or have a need to talk or text 24/7. It's convenient but not necessary.

I forsee a future where

I forsee a future where global government will get their grubby little hands in the progress of technology in order to make it easier for them to survey EVERYBODY....we're starting to see the beginnings of it in their undermining encryptions and shutting down options that circumvent, ala lavabit, and i bet these actions were done by folks i bet were mostly ignorant to the possible consequences both immediate and ESPECIALLY future

i.e. prosecuting lavabit and reducing our options, and making us LESS secure by undermining effective encryption, and this is just the start of things we are deemed worthy(spits for dramatic effect) to know about