Thursday, December 29, 2011
First, go to this site to see what the unit looks like, and what it does:
Next, read this (from a review):
"DetectiGo can track someone anywhere in the world and listen to what they're saying. It's small enough to be hidden in a backpack, a briefcase or in a glove compartment … Legal expert David Milian says it's not breaking the law to track someone. "
For the complete review, go to:
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
No, the above is not a misprint! As for what started it all, it seems that the family wouldn't give back three cows and their calves that wandered onto their 3,000-acre farm this summer.
The same aerial vehicles used by the CIA to track down and assassinate terrorists and militants in Pakistan and Afghanistan are now being deployed by cops to spy on Americans in their own backyards.
For details, go to: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2073248/Local-cops-used-Predator-drone-arrest-North-Dakota-farm-family-stealing-6-cows.html#ixzz1gTglLioS
Monday, December 12, 2011
"Ever get the feeling you've been cheated? Now you can find out the truth."
That's a banner on the website for SMS Privato Spy, which advertises smartphone spyware that allows customers to secretly monitor a spouse or co-worker's phone and collect that person's calls, texts and GPS locations.
According to security experts, however, the truth is that customers have been getting nothing for the $50, $75, $100 or $125 they paid for one of Privato Spy's four packages.
"There is no such product as SMS Privato Spy," Symantec security expert Peter Coogan said in a blog posting.
If you wish to download some software that is probably illegal, at least let a month or two go by. Then google the name. In this case, if you google "Review SMS Privato Spy" you will certainly be forewarned!