Freiwald on Much-Anticipated Cell Location Privacy Decision

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  1. Joe says:

    I thought this technology was supposed to have been a good thing for us. It enables us to pinpoint locations of criminal suspects or missing persons.

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  3. Could criminal lawyers use this kind of technology as evidence in a case? And how would they get this kind of information? I know the importance of proving where you are when something happened, but I always found it being possible to pull personal phone records, conversations, locations and other information kinda creepy…

  4. An ex-boyfriend of mine had an app that was supposed to be a friend’s-cell-phone-locator but he really used it to find out when his roommate would be coming home so that we could be alone and not be interrupted, if you know what I mean. It was hilarious. I didn’t even know those apps existed until now!

  5. Gina Minton says:

    These sneaky apps are scary. The privacy concerns will always be there.