Cell phone surveillance, cell phone espionage, cell phone nanny cams, cell phone pet cams, cell phone forensics, whatever you want to call it, that doesn't matter. Everybody blames it all on President George Bush, but as a Generation X'er long before George W. there was 'MTV's The Real World'. Yes, that is when I feel that America subconssciously became fascinated with spying on people in their quasi private lives. And when the first cell phone with internet and camera came out, it was all over.
In this section, we'll increase your paranoid levels as we talk about a day in the life of cell phone surveillance, security and all the things you never knew your cell phone could do, that could mean big trouble, if someone's not careful. More specifically we'll talk about:* Cell Phone Surveillance: Who's Watching Who? * Cell Phone Viruses: Yes, they are very real also * Cell Phone Forensics: When you press 'delete' or erase all, is it really gone? * Added Security via Smart Card Readers * Tracking Someone With GPS
Now why on Earth would you be looking for information about cell phone surveillance? Because with a video surveillance system at your house or a second home you can check in periodically while or perhaps check on your pet while you are at work during the day. Yes, that I can understand. Maybe you have a large high tech state of the art office with a high tech state of the art wireless video surveillance system and you want to make sure everything is running in tippety top shape and at optimal speeds, all vital systems operational-check, auto programs have started running and all maintenance tasks are going as scheduled, check, employees in the office doing work and not spending half the day on social networking sites, ok, we'll skip that one. Maybe you need a cell phone surveillance system ONLY for that instead, lol. Only, kidding, respect people's privacy, but you know that you need to give them fair warning if you are going to be using your little homemade cell phone surveillance system to 'spy' on them. A Word of Wise to Employees: Just say no when they offer you a desktop computer or laptop computer, desk phone, cell phone and BlackBerry and you have absolutely nothing to be worried about :)
For those of you wondering if it is possible to use cell phone for surveillance, yes, it is and there are a few ways to do it. Be advised, there are quite a few variables from the kind of cell phone you have, to the type of surveillance system you have or decide to purchase. But let's get into the basics and then we can expand on it a wee bit later. Alrighty then let's begin.First off, if the cell phone surveillance system is a recent model it usually offers an alarm notification to any cell phone, BlackBerry or text message pager via sms text message. That means when your alarm sounds at your house, glass break, motion detector etc, you will receive a text message alarming you. Of course you will be frantic because you will have no idea what in the hell is going on, but hey, at least you are in know.
Secondly, if you want to see and get the first hand experience of being there in the moment from your cell phone video surveillance system, you can do that as well. You too, can watch the psycho person (could very well be your ex) rummage and stomp up all your hydrangea flowers as they throw the patio umbrella through the back window, lol, you can see it as the plot thickens and plays out. In this case, you will need to have a cell phone, smartphone, or Pocket PC that has a Windows Operating System with a Media Player and Internet Explorer i.e. Motorola MPX200, Microsoft, HP and Dell. One of these cell phones paired with a cell phone capable surveillance system which recognizes you are browsing from the mobile cell phone as opposed to from your computer when you are checking in online, will also work.
Third-ly, is that a such word?!? some video surveillance manufacturers also make systems where they provide you with a 'special' cell phone packaged with the surveillance equipment that allows you to check in at your leisure.
It's cheaper to keep her
Funny enough, just like porn is still searched on the internet AND BlackBerry and mobile email devices, more than anything else, lol, catching your cheating spouse, boyfriend, girlfriend still tops the charts of why folks are purchasing cell phone and other surveillance equipment. So you are checking in on your cell phone everyday at work all psyched about your video surveillance and gps tracking set up, and eventually you prove she cheated and then what? You have grounds for divorce and she is still going to get half. So why do you need or want to go out like that anyway? You could have been playing golf with your friends and going to the booty bar after work all that time. Reality check, she had you at I Do.
So if you want to do yourself a favor, request a cell phone video surveillance camera in your wedding registry. You can cut your losses earlier L) Because the longer you stay working at your job trying to get away from it all and in that relationship, the uglier it will become and the more she is going to get in the long run. So just give her 50% now, the house and tell her good bye and good riddens. Not to say that men don't cheat too :) but you know throughout the years with all my customers, giving me TMI, I tell you, I learned that it's the women that you would least expect that are the real sneaky freaky's. But you know how the saying goes, anyone who needs to be led into temptation doesn't deserve to enjoy it. Lord knows we all got a little sin and some vices in us. I have NEVER smoked a cigarette in my life, but Gxx only knows how many times I hit that bong back in my days at WVU, let's go mountaineers! :)Anyway, I'm not encouraging it or condoning it, I'm just saying, be careful out there.
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You Just Had to Ask
* Cell Phone Surveillance: Who's Watching Who?
* Cell Phone Viruses: Yes, they are very real also
* Cell Phone Forensics: When you press 'delete' or erase all, is it really gone?
* Added Security via Smart Card Readers
* Tracking Someone With GPS
Cell Phone Surveillance Audio Interview on NPR (Recorded Dec 2005 but still relevant)