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U.S. carriers are no longer sharing customer location data

[2019-05-17 13:45:50]

U.S. carriers have (mostly) put an end to the practice of selling customer location data to third-parties, a new report reveals. This dodgy practice was previously carried out by giants including T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon. They passed on this data to middlemen, which then sold the information to other companies without getting the necessary ...

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