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US cellular carriers say stopped sale of customer location data to third parties

[2019-05-17 06:33:40]

Major U.S. cellular carriers recently confirmed to the Federal Communications Commission that they have, for the most part, stopped selling customer geolocation data to third-party aggregators, a questionable practice first discovered a year ago.

US cellular carriers say stopped sale of customer location data to third parties


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