Hi guys,

I hope you are well ūüôā¬†

I urge you to read the article on register.com. It reveals a shocking truth-our trusted carriers like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile US have been fined a staggering $200M for selling our location information. This data is then passed on to brokers, who in turn sell it to advertisers. The implications are clear-our personal data is not as secure as we might think. 

The article raises a terrifying point. We have discussed this before, but it is now back on the news, so I want to remind you again.¬†Every¬†step you take,¬†every move you make, you are being tracked.¬†You don’t need to be under government surveillance to¬†be tracked, all¬†you have to do is have a mobile phone.¬†

If your phone was there, you were there. As you have seen in the past, advertisers can listen to what you’re saying and then serve advertisements based on this information. You can also be sure that you’re being listened to for other reasons.¬†

  • If you have something to say, don’t say it in the presence of your mobile phone as it is listening to you.¬†This¬†is a fact.¬†
  • If you do not want your location to¬†be tracked, do not bring your mobile phone with you as you are¬†being tracked.¬†This¬†is a fact.¬†

Yes, mobile phones are great in terms of giving us all of this extra functionality that we previously did not need but there is a price to pay for this convenience. 

Please be aware, understand the capabilities, and understand that these capabilities are being deployed right now against you. 

Be aware, be safe. We can help you. Anything you need, let me know.

All the best,
Stephen McCormack
a.k.a. Max Roberts