Ajit Pai Refuses to Brief Congress About Why Bounty Hunters Can Buy Cell Phone Location Data
The Chairman's staff said the selling of location data is not a 'threat to the safety of human life or property that the FCC will address during the Trump shutdown.'
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The Supreme Court Phone Location Case Will Decide the Future of Privacy
Later this year, the Supreme Court will decide if police can track a person’s cell phone location without a warrant. It's the most important privacy case in a generation.
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New Cloaking System Makes Connected Cars Untrackable
Privacy and location-based services aren't incompatible.
Cops Need a Warrant to Get Cellphone Location Data, California Judge Rules
A federal judge has ruled that cops need to get a warrant if they want to access a person’s past cellphone location data.
Inside SS7, the Insecure Global Cell Network That's Used to Track Phones
In order to deliver calls and texts while you’re on the move, the network keeps track of your location, and this feature can be used against you.
The App That Tracks Who's Tracking You
Now that leaking apps are spilling your location and personal info to the NSA, might as well know what's being revealed.
Should We Be Freaked Out About Tile, the World’s Cheapest New Location Tracker?
When I first saw Tile being advertised, I got an itchy, all-over heebie-jeebies feeling. Adding a whole new matrix of location data to our digital world of oversharing has some potentially scary implications.
Should You Be Freaked Out About Tile, the Cheapest New Location Tracker?
If you’ve been frolicking around the internet lately as an identifiable 18-34 year old, you may have noticed banner ads for a new, thin, plastic 1”x1” square location tracker called Tile.