Posted 2/12/2021 19:24 (#8827793 - in reply to #8827586) Subject: RE: Big tech/ smart phone spying
Winkler, Manitoba Canada
Mark@Northern Iowa - 2/12/2021 17:06
In the United States it is referred to as the 911 system, and in most States required by law.
Where you are at, maybe not.
"not plausible"......... uhm.... ok, each to their own, if that is what you want to believe.
Have a good day
Doubt that the 911 system is the cause. The 911 system requires that location information be transmitted for an emergency call as per the quote below, so the phone would obviously be on.
"Non-fixed devices The rules for non-fixed VoIP, TRS, and mobile text devices require provision of automated dispatchable location with each 911 call if it is technically feasible.& If providing automated dispatchable location with a 911 call from a non-fixed device is not feasible, the rules allow provision of alternative location information. The requirements for alternative location information vary depending on the particular service:"
This might be what you are referring to. Some truth to what you are saying. As the article says define "off." If the battery is actually dead than no the phone is not traceable.