I’ve warned you about this before – but now there’s more proof…
A new finding from the November Capital Riot should scare the living bejeesus out of you with how the U.S. government was able to track each person in the mob individually the entire time they were in Washington.
This information is now being used to haul in every last rioter as they’re hunted down for questioning.
And they’re not the only ones who are being “hunted”…
YOU, my friend, are being tracked right now and your personal information is being shared on the “dark web”.
Make no mistake, your personal movement and information CAN (and WILL) be used against you in so many ways, it’s literally keeping me up at night.
Fortunately, I have a “secret disable key” you can use right now that will protect you.
But you have to use it NOW, before any more of your data gets shared with the wrong people.
You might be living in one of America’s deathzones and not have a clue about it
What if that were you? What would YOU do?
How To Stop The Government From Tracking Your Movement Via Your Smart Phone…
You see, every “smart phone” comes already implanted with a “tracking ID” that’s specific to you and everything you do.
Some of it, you already know, like what you shop for, what articles you like, what facebook ads you click on, etc.
But there are also deeper identifiers that are secretly being tracked without your knowledge… INCLUDING where you travel every single step of your day.
This includes every intimate detail of your whereabouts: gun stores, strip clubs, shooting ranges, fraternity meetings, coffee with a friend who may unknowingly be on a “watch list”.
You get it, right?
Each one of these locations is a “ping” on the government’s radar that – at will – could be used to pin you to something that you may not even know about.
And with a renewed focus on “domestic terrorism” and the government’s own records that cite WHO could be considered an “enemy of the state” – specifically:
- Believing in the 2nd Amendment
- Storing away “survival food”
- Buying more than 2 guns
- Purchasing “excessive” amounts of ammo
- Even comments you make on Facebook!
Sound like anyone you know?
Yup, me too!
Look, it’s more important than ever to safeguard your personal privacy – for your own protection.
And while I do love my smartphone for all the cool stuff it allows me to do, it can also be your worst enemy when it comes to government snooping (during a very dangerous time).
Here’s A “Secret Key” To Disable Your Smart Phone’s Tracking Device…
On an iPhone…
- Go to “Settings”
- Tap “Privacy”
- Select “Tracking”
- Disable the option that says “Allow Apps to Request to Track”
On an Android…
- Go to “Settings”
- Tap “Google”
- Select “Manage your Google Account”
- Select the “Data & personalization” tab from the account dashboard
- Scroll down till you find Activity Controls. Here you’ll find the two options that need to be disabled. Just toggle both to the “Off” position.
Your Next Steps To Take Your Personal Information “Off The Radar”…
Of course these aren’t the ONLY steps you need to take for “complete protection”.
There are all kinds of sneaky tricks the government (and slimy marketers) are using to track you and use your information without you knowing it.
If you’re as protective of your personal information as I am, there’s a book I just got that has a simple 7-step plan to take yourself “off the radar” that I highly recommend.
But in my opinion, you have to take these steps NOW because you and I both know that the government will stop at nothing to invade our private lives for their own benefit.
You’ve been warned (again).
What Other Steps Are You Taking To Protect Your Personal Information?
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