>Are you talking to me on a cellular phone? I don't know you. Who are you?
Why was he so confused?
because he fully understood that all cellular converstaions are broadcast on vhf frequencies.
today they are mostly encrypted, but the encreption is easily broken. phone calls take place on the 900mhz spectrum.
beepers are far easier to decipher, and believe it or not beepers still exist. beepers are high 400's. normally.
>The good old days when you were considered paranoid if you thought your calls were being listened to.I miss the 90's
Listening to your calls? A program called Echelon? What's that? You're just being paranoid, man.
mfw a friend of the family worked for the local phone company and watched X-Files and read shit online about the government tapping into phone calls... and then had a nervous breakdown and they had to move and they took away his kid from him and his wife
mfw he was fucking right
> back then, and sometimes still, dealers/buyers are paranoid that police listen to phone conversations about illegal transactions or events
This was of course paranoia.
The government is not tapping into anyone's phone, especially people selling drugs.
Of course not.
Go back to bed, America.