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T-Mobile and Sprint promise to stop selling user location data to third-parties, for real this time

[2019-01-10 17:54:53]

After Motherboard published details about a concerning investigation into how US wireless carriers are selling user location data to third-parties, T-Mobile and Sprint have made some fresh promises. They say they will end the practice of selling users’ data to third-party aggregators that often have little to no oversight. The post T-Mobile and Sprint promise to stop selling user location data to third-parties, for real this time appeared first on 9to5Mac.

T-Mobile and Sprint  promise to stop selling user location data to third-parties, for real this time


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