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Comment: No, that's not correct. The

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No, that's not correct. The

No, that's not correct. The cell providers provide cell service, there is no "always on" connection to a "government server" AFAIK. The number of servers required to do such a thing would be mind-boggling and not easy to hide, based on the amount of electricity used alone. On the other hand, there may be reporting requirements that are unknown to us that could conceivably apply to telecoms.