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asked 15 Oct '12, 18:39

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I very much doubt you'd be able to do this, even if there existed software in the public domain which could do so. Think about this for a second--this software could VERY easily be used for illegal/terrorist activites if it fell into the wrong hands. This is why such software (if it exists at all) will be firmly in the hands of police/anti-terrorist authorities.If the phone is GPS-enabled, if it's switched on and has enough charge to remain active, then it IS possible to track its whereabouts with GPS sofware. However, again, this sort of gear is only in the hands of people deemed responsible enough to handle it--ISPs, phone companies etc, so Joe Public can't abuse it. As others have suggested, your only recourse right now would be through your phone company. However, unless your phone contains data deemed "in the national interest" the authorities won't be willing to undertake this sort of search--it's costly, it raises ALL sorts of security issues which the authorities aren't prepared to answer etc. mobilspionage.de


answered 15 Oct '12, 22:16

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