Re: Satellite spy in every vehicle
just remember that most modern mobile phones already give your GPS reading
when they are switched on regardless of whether you are using them (speak or
Actually it is known that several Motorola late type mobile phones can be
remotely activated so that "controllers" can hear what you say even when you
are not speaking through them. They just hear what you say regardless of
condition and status. Only if you remove the battery or the SIM card do they
stop transmitting your voice and location.
Has anyone of you heard about Escelon by the way???? I am sure you did but
do you realise that what we now discuss in being monitored and filtered for
"strange" and suspicious words?
"Bob Hobden" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> "Peter" wrote
> > Just heard on the news that the government are to set up a GPS based
> > system
> > that tracks every vehicle - Speed - direction - position.
> > Enabling instant traffic fines, pinpointing every vehicles movements and
> > charging for road use over the entire UK road network.
> > What price human rights and civil liberties now?
> > Next stage - computer chipping of people!!!
> > Big Brother has arrived - God bless us all!!!
> George Orwell just got the date wrong then!
> I wonder if it will say "You are off the registered map" like my car one
> does if you go off-road. :-)
> Interesting that ID Cards will cost us up to £300 each, whether we pay
> ourselves or through the tax system we will pay, and then they bring out
> this idea which will also cost us probably about the same amount per
> All so their business friends can drive around on less congested roads,
> charge it to the firm like the congestion charge, and we, the end
> end up paying again on everything we buy.
> Living as I do near just about the busiest part of the M25 my motoring Tax
> bill will go through the roof. Then if we all start returning to the B
> chaos will ensue.
> In Runnymede, 17 miles West of London