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 December 1, 2015  Business, Non-U.S., Surveillance

DutchNews.nl reports:

The Dutch privacy watchdog CPB has ordered a company which tracks the behaviour of people in shops by using their mobile phone signals to change its methods, saying they are breaking privacy legislation.

Bluetrace has developed equipment allowing shopkeepers to monitor what people do in their stores and how long they spend where using wifi tracking technology.

Read more on DutchNews.nl.

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