Feb 072019
 
 February 7, 2019  Posted by  Business, Featured News, U.S.

Joseph Cox reports:

This is a breaking news piece. You can read our full investigation here.

Around 250 bounty hunters and related businesses had access to AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint customer location data, according to documents obtained by Motherboard. The documents also show that telecom companies sold data intended to be used by 911 operators and first responders to data aggregators, who sold it to bounty hunters. The data was in some cases so accurate that a user could be tracked to specific spots inside a building.

Read more on Motherboard.

via Joe Cadillic

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