US Carriers Promise Again to Stop Selling Customer Location Data

January 11, 2019

Everyone knows that major mobile service providers such as AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint are actively collecting their customers' location data, but not many know that they're also selling it to the highest bidder. As discovered by Motherboard's Joseph Cox, you can locate anyone as long as you know their phone number and, of course, if you are willing to pay for it. $300 - the price to locate a phone in the U.S.

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