Sep 062016
 
 September 6, 2016  Surveillance, U.S.

Brian Krebs writes:

Increasingly, location privacy is the exclusive purview of two groups of Americans: Those who are indigent and/or homeless and those who are wealthy. Only the well-off can afford the substantial costs and many petty inconveniences associated with separating one’s name from their address, vehicle, phone records and other modern niceties that make one easy to track and find.

Read more on KrebsOnSecurity.com.

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