Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Require a Warrant for Authorities to Use Cellphone Trackers

Posted: November 4, 2015 in Uncategorized
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In light of recent decisions made by the Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security, federal lawmakers introduced legislation this week that would require law enforcement to obtain a warrant before using controversial cell-site simulators.

Such technology, also known as stingrays, mimics cell-towers to obtain enough electronic data to locate nearby phones and identify owners. Privacy and civil liberties advocates have balked against the use of such devices, fighting that a search warrant be required before they’re used.

The draft bill — the Cell-Site Simulator Act of 2015 — introduced by Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) Monday, along with John Conyers (D-Mich.), and Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vt.), would make the use of stingrays to obtain information without a warrant a punishable offense to the tune of up to 10 years in prison or a fine. It would also prohibit the use of evidence obtained through the devices in a manner that is in violation with the bill. The bill does provide exceptions for the collection of foreign intelligence and in certain emergency circumstances.

Total surveillance is key to developing the consolidation of power and control. It also blurs the U.S. Constitution’s privacy protections. The inquisition would have loved to have these capabilities. Worldly governments are preparing for the final crisis. They use terrorism as the reason for building their massive systems that will one day be used on another target: those who don’t go along with global religion. See Revelation 13:8

“The abuse of Stingrays and other cell-site simulators by individuals, including law enforcement, could enable gross violations of privacy,” Chaffetz said in a statement. “The fact that law enforcement agencies, and non-law enforcement agencies such as the IRS, have invested in these devices raises serious questions about who is using this technology and why.  These questions demonstrate the need for strict guidelines that carry the weight of the law.”

Every principle of sovereignty, privacy and other constitutional protections is being repudiated by this and other actions taken by the United States, the 5-eyes nations and others. See Testimonies for the Church, Vol. 5 and page 451.

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