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Tracking

Imagine the (legitimate) outcry if a local municipality, a State government, or the Federal government in the US deployed an infrastructure that would systematically identify and track people as they went about their daily lives, without a viable option to opt out. While the US has laws that govern when and how data about individuals [...] → Read More: Tracking

The AppleEye controversy and the need for educating users

Ever since Pete Warden and Alasdair Allan published their discovery in the Where 2.0 conference, the popular press has been abuzz with sensational articles on how iPhones and iPads are recording your location in a secret file. The article itself misstates some key technical details. For one thing, the database is “hidden” because all the [...] → Read More: The AppleEye controversy and the need for educating users

MyUnity, explained

We correct some of the misrepresentations of the technology that have crept into media accounts of MyUnity. → Read More: MyUnity, explained