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If that security is bypassed by a thief and it was not encrypted, only law enforcement can track it at that point, and call your service provider and report it stolen that way it's rendered useless and eventually will be busted for using/receiving stolen goods
Not really. It's more accurate the more satellites it's receiving. On a shorter interval, it's most likely that more satellites are received, compared to just restarting every minute. Also, it depends on your location. On a flat field, you will receive a lot of satellites fast, whereas close to buildings or houses, it will also take longer. What I ...
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