Giving away your location for all to know is a rookie mistake when you want to stay private. That’s why cell phones are dangerous when it comes to call tracking. Brian Barrett tells us that cell phone companies “sell access to location services” to any third party who wants them. These third parties now have access to your location whenever they want it. This is similar, but not as extreme as, the telescreens in the book 1984. Every action the citizens make is “scrutinized” by them (5). If the people who own phones are to keep there freedom of location, they need to speak up and protect themselves against this privacy attack. The more they ignore this dystopia of excessive surveillance, the further the companies with the power will push the boundary of privacy. They need to act now or they will surely see a quick end to their private lives.