FedEx Trucks Will Be Spying On You For the Police : Steve Lehto

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FedEx Trucks Will Be Spying On You For the Police
Steve Lehto


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This echoes some news articles close to 3 years ago where Brandon's agencies were having FedEx and UPS report shipments of ammo and reloading supplies to individuals. I have also heard that credit card companies have been mandated to report also.

BTW, ever since the Chevron decision rendered recently by SCOTUS I would love for the shipping and freight companies to tell the Feds to go pound sand (to put it nicely). Furthermore, I would gladly buy any and all the above items from any merchant that ships using a company that told the Feds just that.

Lastly, I'd close any credit card that I discover disclosed squat about what and where I buy anything and would patronize the company that did not comply with the Feds.
 

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Too funny as I watched this video shortly after he uploaded it. I think what really surprises me is the incredible adoption and growth of that Flock system?!?

I would love to know why so many police departments have adopted and signed on. Is it because it’s so Plug & Play??

Based on the video quality I’ve seen it doesn’t seem to be top shelf. Has to be the whole (Ring / Reolink) ease of use for the less than bright police officers. :lmao:

As it relates to the government knowing and tracking a persons purchases. This has been in place for more than a decade. :facepalm:

Way back in the day it actually started in multiple areas. Of note the public libraries where they tracked anyone taking out specific books / reading materials.

Given the Internet age all web traffic is scanned by whatever search engine a person uses. You type in nuclear bomb, kids, anything that (The Man) feels the need to know.

It’s entered into a massive super computer for later collection, collating, and comparison.
 

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Your phone you have attached to your ass 24/7 is the biggest spy tool ever, you cant live without it, you will turn around and drive 1 hour out of your way if you forget it. And if you loose it, you are pissed off and worried and depressed. And you Don't mind paying for it monthly. Talk about a 24/7 camera and recording device and tracking device. What The FLOCK ???
 

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Your phone you have attached to your ass 24/7 is the biggest spy tool ever . . .
My dumb phone has text messaging blocked and is almost always turned off as soon as I leave my house. Occasionally it gets turned on some distance from my house if I have a reason to turn it on, and when I'm done it's turned back off until I get home. Of course, the spies can still track me by credit card usage to see what type of pizza I buy at Walmart.
 

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Here the cell never leaves the house. It powered by the BI computer via USB and connects to the old Ma Bell phones. Just like the old days! Thus no location tracking on that device.

The local wired TellCo upped their rates to $44 per month. Now pay $6 for unlimited talk, text plus 1 Gig of data which includes all taxes and fees. Only use data for testing ZT and TS to view UI3.
 

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Your phone you have attached to your ass 24/7 is the biggest spy tool ever, you cant live without it, you will turn around and drive 1 hour out of your way if you forget it. And if you loose it, you are pissed off and worried and depressed. And you Don't mind paying for it monthly. Talk about a 24/7 camera and recording device and tracking device. What The FLOCK ???
So true.

And have you ever seen the YT videos of Arkansas State Police pulling some dude out through the driver's side window of his ruined Dodge Charger after being crashed by the officer's PIT maneuver? You couldn't pry that phone out of their hand with a crowbar! And when they pull over some of them, mostly females, they won't put down the phone and speak with the officer but instead continue their conversation?

No way could I have been a cop....I'd be on some disciplinary action week after week, month after month for slapping somebody silly or grabbing a phone and stomping on it.... :headbang::lmao:
 
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