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How phone companies and bounty hunters reportedly exploited a secret 911 database to track users’ locations

How phone companies and bounty hunters reportedly exploited a secret 911 database to track users’ locations – Alternet.org

How phone companies and bounty hunters reportedly exploited a secret 911 database to track users’ locations – Alternet.orghttps://www.alternet.org/2019/02/how-phone-companies-and-bounty-hunters-reportedly-exploited-a-secret-911-database-to-track-users-locations/On Wednesday, Motherboard reported that AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint sold extremely sensitive GPS information meant to triangulate 911 emergency callers to around 250 private businesses, mainly bounty hunters trying to retrieve the clients of bail bondsmen: Between at least 2012 until it closed in
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