Big American Phone Providers Are Being Sued Over Your Location Data. Here’s Why You Should Be Concerned

location-lawsuits-feature.jpgAt this point if the news that your phone company has been selling customer location data to bounty hunters surprises you, you may need to catch up on the last few years of privacy revelations. If you’re just generally suspicious of places that collect your data, congratulations on being right (again). AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon are currently being sued for selling customer location data to third parties known as data brokers, who then sell the data to other people with an interest in finding you – especially the “kinda-sorta” officials like bail bondsmen and bounty hunters. Related: Surprising News that Popular Apps Use Location… Read more

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