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Spy On A Cell Phone Without Having It, Possible?

SACRAMENTO, CA – Inexpensive cell phone spy software now makes it easier than ever for the average person to spy on a cell phone without having it.

Menacing stalkers can now track their victims for as little as $30.

Tammy’s Story

Tammy knows what it is like to have someone tracking her every move.

“An invasion of my privacy and fear,” stalking victim Tammy described. “The feeling of living in constant fear that someone is following you and watching your every move is horrifying.”

For the last three years, Tammy has been stalked. She has become so frightened and paranoid that she now rarely uses her cell phone. When she does, she is extremely careful of what she says and does.

Tammy agreed to share her story with us to make others aware of the terror associated with stalking.

Tammy’s ex-boyfriend used remote cell phone spy software to track her every move. He was able to read her text messages, listen to her calls, and track her location using GPS. The software he used allowed him to spy on a cell phone without having it, so he could see just about everything she did. The worst thing is that Tammy never knew he was spying on her!

The app her boyfriend used, DDI Utilities, is the brainchild of DDI Data Solutions. This US-based corporation specializes in security and information gathering apps and programs for mobile devices. It develops and markets DDI Utilities for parents to monitor their children, and for employers to monitor the company-owned devices of employees.

You don’t have to look too hard to find dozens of these apps for sale on the Internet. A quick search pulls up a slew of companies offering software to spy on a cell phone without having it. They claim to aid parents and employers, but you may even find a few that are so brazen to actually advertise how to catch a cheating spouse.

They offer the ability to track text messages, listen to calls, track GPS locations, see website history, read Facebook messages, see photos and videos, and just about anything else a person might do on their cell phone. You can get all of this for as little as $70.

You don’t have to be a genius to spy on a cell phone without having it, either. It takes only minutes to download and activate this software, plus it operates invisibly on the target phone. The app runs in the background so the cell phone’s user won’t even know that it is running. As the software operates, it sends information to the person who activated the software.

App Features

Most apps like DDI Utilities record all phone calls. After logging into your account, you can see the time and number associated with a call. You may even be able to listen in on the actual call, too. The same goes for text messages. An exact copy of every ingoing and outgoing text message from the monitored phone is delivered directly to the person who activated the program.

Even more shocking, if the phone isn’t being used but it’s still on, you can use it to listen to everything that’s going on in the room. You can record video, too. The GPS function will allow someone to track the location of the phone at any given time during the day. GPS coordinates are usually uploaded every 10 to 15 minutes, but in some cases, it’s even quicker.

Current Legislation

Most states have laws against listening to conversations that you are not a part of. In some states, there are a specific laws against cyberstalking – California is one of them. But, the GPS on your cell phone is an entirely different story. Currently, Sen. Al Franken has targeted it with legislation. In an effort to eliminate the unknown GPS tracking from these types of apps, Sen. Franken has introduced the Location Privacy Bill. According to this bill, it will be necessary for the user to interact with the app before it can upload the device’s GPS coordinates. Sen. Franken’s bill would also make it illegal for stalkers to use a GPS function that allows them to track their victims.

Intended Uses Of These Apps

Companies that develop this type of tracking software claim that it’s intended for monitoring children and employees. While both of these activities are legal, they also have exceptions. Obviously, for a parent to monitor their child, they must be under the age of 18. For employers to monitor their employees’ company devices, they must first gain the consent of the employee before any monitoring can be conducted. After consent has been given by the employee, the employer is still not allowed to examine the personal transmission of any message performed on the company device.

For victims like Tammy, cell phone spy apps are not only putting her location and privacy at risk, but also possibly her life.

“I am constantly looking over my shoulder to make sure I am not being followed,” says Tammy.

Before they can spy on a cell phone without having it, an individual must gain consent or have authorization to monitor that device. Any person or persons not gaining the proper authorization can be subject to criminal prosecution.

When Should I Use These Apps?

It’s also worth noting that phone spy software has undoubtedly been useful in many situations across America and throughout the world. Given how easily children can access the Internet, as well as the upsurge in drug addiction, I strongly feel that any responsible parent should be monitoring the mobile devices of their children.

In addition, if employers want to maximize efficiency and productivity, they should be proactive and monitor their employees’ company devices. Best of all, they can do this while still respecting their employees’ privacy.

As the digital age moves along, it’s become more difficult to keep these apps out of the hands of stalkers and in the hands of responsible parents and employers.

Take a look at the Top Cell Phone Spy Apps and learn how they can work for you!

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