The news around location data firm Huq shows that data companies may not even really know if they've received consent to harvest information from ordinary phones.
SafeGraph sells smartphone location data to essentially anyone. Google banned the company in June.
Otonomo says its vehicle location data is privacy-protecting. The data itself says otherwise.
A team modeled recurring visits to various city locations using billions of mobile phone datapoints across four continents.
A letter obtained by Motherboard discusses internet browsing, location, and other forms of data.
The sweeping bill has support from both Democrats and Republicans, and will address multiple forms of surveillance.
A group of bipartisan lawmakers asked Google, Twitter, and others about the transfer of bidstream data to foreign entities.
Anomaly 6 is run by ex-military and location industry veterans.
The lawsuit centers around how companies obtain sensitive information about users during the real-time bidding process.
15 billion car locations. Nearly any country on Earth. ‘The Ulysses Group’ is pitching a powerful surveillance technology to the U.S. government.
The Florida Department of Corrections is the first reported state agency to buy access to app-based location tracking tech.