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Hackers can now hijack your cell phone...and listen
in to your conversations...even when you are NOT on the phone.

The devise is so thorough, it also records every text message you send. It allows the spy, using the GPS chip every cell phone utilizes, to track the whereabouts of the person who is carrying that cell phone. But even more frightening, it allows the intruder to listen in on every conversation you are engaged in—even when you are not on the phone. The spyware that could infect your cell phone actually converts your phone into a microphone that allows the intruder to listen to your most personal, private conversations with family members...or lovers.

Someone placed spyware in Courtney Kuykendall's cell phone beginning a four-month nightmare that ultimately resulted in the involvement of the FBI to get relief for the Tacoma, Washington teenager. Kuykendall was receiving graphic, violent threats that ultimately involved her whole family. Courtney's mother, who detailed the terrible odyssey on NBC's Today Show last November, said that the cyber intruders were recording family conversations and then playing them back as voice mail messages.

This will be the most important video you watch this week.

 

 

 

 

 

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