How top trader made millions from suspect Kobil share deal

#22
You're engaging in multi billion insider trading, but still back up your Whatsapp messages to the cloud?
Exactly. This guys should have gone in person to talk to the client or failing that, make a phone call from a public fon or something. I mean, its a deal worth millions anyway and meeting him may take like an hour or 2 of your time. Guys are still yet to wise up to the fact that the digital age provides a perfect opportunity for the govt to spy on whatever you are upto.

In the old days, govts, including the US, were notorious for opening up snail-mail to see what people are up to. Nowadays, they have a highly effective digital spying system. Just ask Snowden.
 
#25
Your information is just as useless as a prostitute's panty. It serves no purpose. Shida ya kusema what happened at coop bank ni nini?
Bro, even womens underwear can bring down Airforce Base commanders. Consider the commander of canada's largest airforce base and one of the top most commanders in the afghanistan war:
 
#27
True, to add on to that. Even when you think you've switched off your phone, it's still "ON".
Your phone has a tiny CYMOS battery that runs things like the time, alarms etc in the background when switched off.
That's why, for example in the movies, you see thugs throw away their phones after committing a felony. In Kenya, goons switch off their phones when going on their missions not knowing they're still literally being tracked.
lakini does a phone continue pinging the nearby towers when switched off, unless the phone has an app that specifically is installed to do that, I don't think a powered down phone communicates with the phone towers - and there is no way of tracking the same, the problem with a thug switching off the phone once they are near their crime scene is that the phone will give the last ping location.
 
#29
Exactly. This guys should have gone in person to talk to the client or failing that, make a phone call from a public fon or something. I mean, its a deal worth millions anyway and meeting him may take like an hour or 2 of your time. Guys are still yet to wise up to the fact that the digital age provides a perfect opportunity for the govt to spy on whatever you are upto.

In the old days, govts, including the US, were notorious for opening up snail-mail to see what people are up to. Nowadays, they have a highly effective digital spying system. Just ask Snowden.
maybe the figures involved were too little to warrant his time trying to hide his tracks, plus when an individual does a particular thing long enough, they tend to 'kujisikia' invisible
 
#32
But I can tell you the way the anti-corruption war is being advanced nobody is sure of who is watching them, and with what.

The so-called war against corruption is nothing more than a series of squabbles waged by those who would threaten, impede or otherwise deviate loyalty from the royal house of Gatundu. Any threats real or imagined will be ruthlessly dealt with and offenders will be publicly named and shamed
 
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