According to a recent Washington Post article, mobile surveillance is a booming market. Mobile tracking technology can identify users across continents and is relatively easy to obtain. Critics are concerned about the potential privacy and security abuses of this technology.
Is surveillance technology inherently insecure?
Listen to our latest security slice podcast and hear Tim Erlin and Craig Young discuss whether cell phone location surveillance is a hack or a feature, why opting out of location-based services won’t stop location tracking services and why Internet privacy is improving.
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