Location Services, Privacy Issues Getting Murkier

Rockwell, Mark
March 2002
Wireless Week;3/18/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p44
Trade Publication
Focuses on the issues of privacy rules about the information generated by wireless location technology services in the U.S. Efforts of Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association in pushing the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to enact privacy rules for wireless data services; Hazards involved in the absence of governing rules on use of location information; Examples of wireless location technology services not completely protected by law.


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