NEW TRACKING SOFTWARE CALLED ‘LOCATE X’ ALLOWS US LAW ENFORCEMENT TO TRACK AND LOCATE ANYONE AT ANY TIME WITH NO NEED FOR A WARRANT

NEW TRACKING SOFTWARE CALLED ‘LOCATE X’ ALLOWS US LAW ENFORCEMENT TO TRACK AND LOCATE ANYONE AT ANY TIME WITH NO NEED FOR A WARRANT by  for Now the End Begins

The product, called Locate X and sold by Babel Street, allows investigators to draw a digital fence around an address or area, pinpoint mobile devices that were within that area, and see where else those devices have traveled, going back months, the sources told Protocol. They said the tool tracks the location of devices anonymously, using data that popular cell phone apps collect to enable features like mapping or targeted ads, or simply to sell it on to data brokers.

U.S. law enforcement agencies signed millions of dollars worth of contracts with  Virginia company Babel Street after it rolled out powerful tool ‘Locate X’ that uses data from popular mobile apps to track the movement of people’s cell phones, according to federal contracting records and six people familiar with the software.

Isn’t it odd, that as we speed our way through these end times we are living in, that so many of these companies that make Mark Of The Beast style tracking products are referencing the bible? Case in point is Babel Street, as in the Tower of Babel, whose new product ‘Locate X’, will help you find anyone, anywhere and at any time just by following the movement of what they do on the apps on their mobile device? And you thought the days of the Tower of Babel were over? Not a chance. The rebellion continues.

“And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.” Revelation 13:16-18 (KJB)

We are embracing the onslaught of technology so quickly now, that we are no longer aware of how incredibly small the world has become, and how ridiculously easy it has become to keep tabs on someone. All this forward movement is rapidly bringing this lost world into it’s inevitable and unstoppable, face to face meeting with Antichrist who is going to roll out an app that the whole world, with few exceptions, will install in their bodies. If you are that time period as you read this, whatever you do, don’t take his Mark, God will not forgive you if you do.

Through apps, not warrants, ‘Locate X’ allows federal law enforcement to track phones

FROM PROTOCOL: The product, called Locate X and sold by Babel Street, allows investigators to draw a digital fence around an address or area, pinpoint mobile devices that were within that area, and see where else those devices have traveled, going back months, the sources told Protocol. They said the tool tracks the location of devices anonymously, using data that popular cell phone apps collect to enable features like mapping or targeted ads, or simply to sell it on to data brokers.

THE SUPREME COURT, IN THE LANDMARK CASE CARPENTER V. UNITED STATES, RULED IN JUNE 2018 THAT THE GOVERNMENT MUST OBTAIN A SEARCH WARRANT TO ACCESS CELL-TOWER LOCATION DATA FOR INDIVIDUAL PHONE ACCOUNTS. THE COURT “RECOGNIZED THAT THE GOVERNMENT NEEDS A WARRANT TO GET SOMEONE’S LOCATION DATA,” WYDEN SAID. “NOW THE GOVERNMENT IS USING ITS CHECKBOOK TO TRY TO GET AROUND CARPENTER. AMERICANS WON’T STAND FOR THAT KIND OF LOOPHOLE WHEN IT COMES TO OUR FOURTH AMENDMENT RIGHTS.”

Babel Street has kept Locate X a secret, not mentioning it in public-facing marketing materials and stipulating in federal contracts that even the existence of the data is “confidential information.” Locate X must be “used for internal research purposes only,” according to terms of use distributed to agencies, and law enforcement authorities are forbidden from using the technology as evidence — or mentioning it at all — in legal proceedings.

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