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Re: No One Has Privacy Now, Thanks to Super Cookies
Posted by: Peter S. Vogel 2014-12-10 11:06:50
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Does anyone really think that we have any privacy? Probably not. Between GPS tracking and our favorite app, most of us gave up on privacy long ago. Some privacy advocates claim that cell carriers have not been transparent about what personal data they have been gathering and using, although we now know that in order to use a cellular device, we must agree to Terms of Service and privacy policies that permit the cell carriers to obtain a great deal of information about us.


Re: No One Has Privacy Now, Thanks to Super Cookies
Posted by: JasonT1 2014-12-11 06:48:07 In reply to: Peter S. Vogel
This illustration shows how Verizon's tracking works: https://twitter.com/TechLawGuru/status/530072289300459520

Definitely concerning!
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