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US carriers again vow to better control data access after pay-to-track scandal

[2019-01-10 18:57:50]

Major U.S. carriers have for a second time promised to better control data access after a site successfully tracked down a T-Mobile phone by paying a bounty hunter $300.

US carriers again vow to better control data access after pay-to-track scandal


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