2020-01-16 at 1:49 AM UTC
How hard are are these things to trace from hum drum law enforcement for minor/not interesting crimes? Obviously for major or very public crimes they're gonna be able to subpeona with enough investigation, but how easily traceable are these things?
2020-01-16 at 1:52 AM UTC
I just gotta boof a teeny bit
2020-01-16 at 2:49 AM UTC
JIDF Controlled Opposition
the phones themselves aren't hard to trace, every PD seems to have a bunch of those stringray devices
2020-01-16 at 5:25 PM UTC
The most popular ones are called Hushed and Burner
2020-01-16 at 5:33 PM UTC
Don't use burner apps for illegal shit lmao.
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2020-01-16 at 5:34 PM UTC
the fact that most services had their number blocked is an indicator that these numbers ought to be disposed of or 'burned' a long time ago and the fact that they still arent is proofs enough that these arent your so-called 'burner' apps.
far from it.
2020-01-16 at 6:18 PM UTC
Yeah, I guess it's like having another/multiple extra phone numbers for 5 bucks a month, which is super duper cheap.. unless there's a free way to do that I'm not aware of. If you want a business number/ numbers for people you don't want to have your personal cell number
2020-01-16 at 11:23 PM UTC
They are probably not gonna subpoena Burner to get you for selling $250 in weed. It shouldn't be a problem to protect your number from clients and shit. But don't expect it to protect you from LEOs.
2020-01-17 at 8:49 PM UTC
[the spuriously bluish-lilac bushman]
As long as the GPS system is talking to the device, you're fucked, because the GPS will provide the device's location, and once they have the precise location, it's child's-play to locate the CCTV cameras in the area and get a clear shot of you and your movements.