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Your iPhone Is Secretly Tracking Everywhere You’ve Been
Gizmodo ^ | 4/20/2011 | Sam Biddle

Posted on 04/20/2011 8:52:34 AM PDT by rivercat

Your iPhone is keeping a record of everywhere you've been since June. This data is stored on your phone (or iPad) and computer, easily available to anyone who gets their hands on it. Why? Apple won't say. We're creeped out.

The enormous privacy startle, apparently enabled by this summer's iOS 4 release, was discovered by two security researchers, one of whom claims he was an Apple employee for five years. They're equally puzzled and disturbed by the location collection: "By passively logging your location without your permission, Apple have made it possible for anyone from a jealous spouse to a private investigator to get a detailed picture of your movements," they explain. All it would take to crack the information out of your iOS device is an easy jailbreak. On your computer, the information can be opened as easily as JPEG.

The data itself is jarringly accurate. Even though it appears to rely on tower triangulation rather than GPS pinpointing (meaning you're not safe with location services switched off), the map I was able to generate with mapping software the security duo released visualizes my life since the day I bought my iPhone 4 in July. Everywhere I've been. Bus trips home. Train trips to visit family. Vacations. Places I'd forgotten I'd even gone. Zoom in on that giant blotch over New York, and you can see my travels, block by block. My entire personal and professional life—documented by a phone I didn't know was also a tracking device. It's all accessible—where I've been, and when. I don't want this information bouncing around in my pocket with me. Do you?


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Don't worry, if you're not doing anything wrong, then you have no reason to fear Apple.
1 posted on 04/20/2011 8:52:38 AM PDT by rivercat
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To: Swordmaker

ping


2 posted on 04/20/2011 8:53:34 AM PDT by Keith in Iowa (FR Class of 1998 | TV News is an oxymoron. | MSNBC = Moonbats Spouting Nothing But Crap.)
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http://petewarden.github.com/iPhoneTracker/

Read the FAQ.


3 posted on 04/20/2011 8:54:36 AM PDT by Keith in Iowa (FR Class of 1998 | TV News is an oxymoron. | MSNBC = Moonbats Spouting Nothing But Crap.)
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To: rivercat

Er, isn’t it tracking where the iPhone has been?

Say you get up in the middle of the night, put your iPhone on your bed table, and go out and commit mayhem. You have an alibi that you were asleep the whole time.


4 posted on 04/20/2011 8:55:05 AM PDT by proxy_user
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To: rivercat
Here's why this is a potential serious problem:

Michigan: Police Search Cell Phones During Traffic Stops
 
04/20/2011 6:49:30 AM PDT · by SWAMPSNIPER · 22 replies
THE NEWSPAPER ^ | April 20, 2011 | swampsniper
I don't know anything about this source but this sounds credible. ACLU seeks information on Michigan program that allows cops to download information from smart phones belonging to stopped motorists. The Michigan State Police have a high-tech mobile forensics device that can be used to extract information from cell phones belonging to motorists stopped for minor traffic violations. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Michigan last Wednesday demanded that state officials stop stonewalling freedom of information requests for information on the program. ACLU learned that the police had acquired the cell phone scanning devices and in August 2008 filed...
 

Michigan: Police Search Cell Phones During Traffic Stops
 
04/20/2011 6:05:29 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 29 replies
www.thenewspaper.com ^ | 4/19/2011 | Staff
ACLU seeks information on Michigan program that allows cops to download information from smart phones belonging to stopped motorists The Michigan State Police have a high-tech mobile forensics device that can be used to extract information from cell phones belonging to motorists stopped for minor traffic violations. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Michigan last Wednesday demanded that state officials stop stonewalling freedom of information requests for information on the program. ACLU learned that the police had acquired the cell phone scanning devices and in August 2008 filed an official request for records on the program, including logs of...
 

ACLU: Michigan cops stealing drivers' phone data
 
04/19/2011 8:35:22 PM PDT · by Minus_The_Bear · 47 replies
news.cnet.com ^
The Michigan State Police have started using handheld machines called "extraction devices" to download personal information from motorists they pull over, even if they're not suspected of any crime. Naturally, the ACLU has a problem with this. The devices, sold by a company called Cellebrite, can download text messages, photos, video, and even GPS data from most brands of cell phones. The handheld machines have various interfaces to work with different models and can even bypass security passwords and access some information.
 

Michigan Police Could Search Cell Phones During Traffic Stops [what's a 'constitution'?]
 
04/19/2011 4:43:57 PM PDT · by Clint Williams · 112 replies
Slashdot ^ | 4/19/11 | timothy
SonicSpike writes "The Michigan State Police have a high-tech mobile forensics device that can be used to extract information from cell phones belonging to motorists stopped for minor traffic violations. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Michigan last Wednesday demanded that state officials stop stonewalling freedom of information requests for information on the program. A US Department of Justice test of the CelleBrite UFED used by Michigan police found the device could grab all of the photos and video off of an iPhone within one-and-a-half minutes. The device works with 3000 different phone models and can even defeat password...

5 posted on 04/20/2011 8:58:13 AM PDT by Keith in Iowa (FR Class of 1998 | TV News is an oxymoron. | MSNBC = Moonbats Spouting Nothing But Crap.)
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To: rivercat
I wouldn't be surprised if the same sort of tracking agent did not also exist within Google's Android OS.
6 posted on 04/20/2011 9:00:22 AM PDT by Joe Brower (Sheep have three speeds: "graze", "stampede" and "cower".)
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To: rivercat

Don’t bother me, I’m not doing anything wrong.


7 posted on 04/20/2011 9:00:35 AM PDT by annieokie
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To: rivercat
Q. What can I do to remove this data?
A. This database of your locations is stored on your iPhone as well as in any of the automatic backups that are made when you sync it with iTunes. One thing that will help is choosing encrypted backups, since that will prevent other users or programs on your machine from viewing the data, but there will still be a copy on your device.

8 posted on 04/20/2011 9:00:49 AM PDT by Gondring (Paul Revere would have been flamed as a naysayer troll and told to go back to Boston.)
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To: rivercat

Burglars would love that information.


9 posted on 04/20/2011 9:00:58 AM PDT by Proud2BeRight
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To: Joe Brower
I wouldn't be surprised if the same sort of tracking agent did not also exist within Google's Android OS.

What...who would think that Google would permanently archive users' data...and have users agree to fine print that says they consent to Google reading and keeping their GMail?

10 posted on 04/20/2011 9:02:59 AM PDT by Gondring (Paul Revere would have been flamed as a naysayer troll and told to go back to Boston.)
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To: rivercat

Any way I can access this info myself???

If I can, I would be able to recover a $300.00 camera I lost.


11 posted on 04/20/2011 9:03:27 AM PDT by Safrguns
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To: rivercat
In 1984 Apple Computer's Superbowl ad for the Mac floored the tech world and launched the company's success. The commercial's theme alluded to Orwell's '1984' and Big Brother as Apple's nemesis.

Twenty-seven years later - Apple is Big Brother.

12 posted on 04/20/2011 9:03:41 AM PDT by floozy22 (The left has an irrational devotion to protecting evil.)
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To: rivercat

“[A]ll that we have known and cared for, will sink into the abyss of a new Dark Age made more sinister, and perhaps more protracted, by the lights of perverted science.” - Winston Churchill


13 posted on 04/20/2011 9:03:59 AM PDT by BenLurkin (This post is not a statement of fact. It is merely a personal opinion -- or humor -- or both)
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To: rivercat

Invading your Privacy... “there’s an app for that”...

Haha I write Iphone apps, but I carry a dumbed down trackfone.. I just can’t beat $40 for 400 minutes when I use about 10 minutes (maybe) a week...

Why do I need an expensive data plan? I have a computer at home wired in, and 10 minutes to work and I am wired in there too.


14 posted on 04/20/2011 9:04:25 AM PDT by rokkitapps
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To: rivercat

In Michigan and get pulled over the cops will extract this data out. maybe they have some cases to solve and want to find out who was in the area.

Do other phones do this same thing?


15 posted on 04/20/2011 9:05:50 AM PDT by driftdiver (I could eat it raw, but why do that when I have a fire.)
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To: rivercat

Got my old-school Motorola V3C here and not sweating it.

Never understood the smartphone idea. Great if you want to compute mobile, but awful if you want your life’s details kept away from prying eyes.


16 posted on 04/20/2011 9:06:05 AM PDT by rarestia (It's time to water the Tree of Liberty.)
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To: Keith in Iowa

“The government is the potent omnipresent teacher ... If the government becomes a lawbreaker, it breeds contempt for law; it invites every man to become a law unto himself; it invites anarchy.” - Justice Louis D. Brandeis


17 posted on 04/20/2011 9:08:48 AM PDT by BenLurkin (This post is not a statement of fact. It is merely a personal opinion -- or humor -- or both)
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To: BenLurkin
“No stronger retrograde force exists in the world. Far from being moribund, Mohammedanism is a militant and proselytizing faith. It has already spread throughout Central Africa, raising fearless warriors at every step; and were it not that Christianity is sheltered in the strong arms of science, the science against which it had vainly struggled, the civilization of modern Europe might fall, as fell the civilization of ancient Rome.”- Winston Churchill
18 posted on 04/20/2011 9:14:06 AM PDT by allmendream (Tea Party did not send the GOP to D.C. to negotiate the terms of our surrender to socialism.)
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To: rivercat

“Maybe they’re doing it for the government. Maybe they’re doing it because they’re forced to. So far, the researchers have found no proof that the information is being transmitted to remote servers hosted by Apple or the feds. There’s no evidence of that at all—that’s the good news. But that’s still a lot of information on our phones about where we’ve been, whether or not we want it.”


19 posted on 04/20/2011 9:15:02 AM PDT by Dr. Bogus Pachysandra ( Ya can't pick up a turd by the clean end!)
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To: annieokie

Using this logic, why not plant a camera in your living room, bedroom, hey, maybe one in the bathroom too!


20 posted on 04/20/2011 9:16:29 AM PDT by Bowtie52
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To: rivercat

ping


21 posted on 04/20/2011 9:17:40 AM PDT by coon2000 (Give me Liberty or give me death!)
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22 posted on 04/20/2011 9:18:05 AM PDT by TheOldLady
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To: allmendream

I’m not seeing a connection between your post and the actual posted article.

Am I missing something, or did you post on the wrong thread?


23 posted on 04/20/2011 9:18:15 AM PDT by Maceman (Obama -- he's as American as nasi goreng)
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To: Maceman; allmendream

The poster was responding to another post quoting something written by Winston Churchill. As a Churchill fan I cought this right off. I’ve had Churchill quotes on my profile page here for years. I consider Winston Churchill one of the greatest minds of the modern age. He was truly a gifted person. Churchill was the real deal. Unlike the boneheaded moron that is currently in MY oval office right now.


24 posted on 04/20/2011 9:22:47 AM PDT by isthisnickcool (Sharia? No thanks.)
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To: Safrguns

http://petewarden.github.com/iPhoneTracker/


25 posted on 04/20/2011 9:25:27 AM PDT by Naplm
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To: floozy22

“Twenty-seven years later - Apple is Big Brother.”

No problem Apple is the liberal dream company, owned and controlled by liberals.

We know that only evil conservatives would do something evil with that data.

Of course, we are safe with Google and Face Book. (total sarcasm)


26 posted on 04/20/2011 9:27:29 AM PDT by Grampa Dave (ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IS DESTROYING AMERICA-LOOK AT WHAT IT DID TO THE WHITE HOUSE!)
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To: rivercat

guess if one is going to do something nefarious they should leave their phone at home.


27 posted on 04/20/2011 9:27:44 AM PDT by GOP Poet (Obama is an OLYMPIC failure.)
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To: rivercat

Everytime your cel phone turns on it leaves a ‘breadcrumb’ in a location database (in the ‘cloud’, not just your phone) related to what cel phone tower you are getting a channel from. If you move and connect to other towers, another ‘breadcrumb’ is created. This is true whether you have an old school Motorola phone or an HTC Android, or an Apple iOS device.

You can’t make or receive calls unless you are part of the home and/or visiting location record database(S).

Sorry.

That is native to how cel hone networks function.

Not sure how persistent those data are, but they are part of the continual handshakes that occur between a phone or smart phone and the networks.


28 posted on 04/20/2011 9:27:44 AM PDT by Blueflag (Res ipsa loquitur)
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To: rivercat

Rush is talking about this now. I don’t have or want an iPhone for any reason.


29 posted on 04/20/2011 9:30:00 AM PDT by Arrowhead1952 (TX and MI - When the going gets tough, the dims run and hide.)
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To: rivercat
book▼▼ark
30 posted on 04/20/2011 9:32:22 AM PDT by ßuddaßudd (7 days - 7 ways a Guero y Guay Lao >>> with a floating, shifting, ever changing persona.....)
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To: rivercat

Rush is talking about this now...


31 posted on 04/20/2011 9:35:34 AM PDT by Keith in Iowa (FR Class of 1998 | TV News is an oxymoron. | MSNBC = Moonbats Spouting Nothing But Crap.)
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To: Bowtie52

Oh really. lol


32 posted on 04/20/2011 9:35:51 AM PDT by annieokie
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To: rivercat
I don't have one of these things. My phone is a phone.

Yesterday I was driving home with my daughter who does have a iPhone. So she starts up some app that gives her traffic reports. This was around 4PM heading north on I95 toward Baltimore. Traffic was slow. Should I switch to the Baltimore-Washington Parkway? Which Tunnel should I take? My daughter is giving me reports. So I asked, "How do they get these reports? How do we know it wasn't from some guy flying in a helicopter at lunch time?

I found out. I think. The thing was so d*mn accurate almost to the foot where traffic started to begin moving at normal speed. The only way they could possibly do this is by taking position signals from all the iPhones and seeing how fast they are moving. I think.

ML/NJ

33 posted on 04/20/2011 9:38:46 AM PDT by ml/nj
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To: rokkitapps

BOL on the reality and cost savings of what you posted:

“Haha I write Iphone apps, but I carry a dumbed down trackfone.. I just can’t beat $40 for 400 minutes when I use about 10 minutes (maybe) a week...”

We have a Moto Tracfone that is quiet old, and due to the carryover of unused minutes, we now have over 2800 minutes on the phone.

It takes pictures, sends them and works in most places the expensive services work. One of our younger relatives was visiting here and had a conference phone he need to join. His Blackberry/Verizon didn’t work in this area. I handed him my el cheapo Moto Tracfone and he was able to participate in our home with the conference call.

A female relative with her beloved I Phone couldn’t make phone calls from a local beach. I took a picture her and the beach on my el cheapo and sent the picture in a text message. She laughed and said it didn’t work. I told her to wait until she got back where her I Phone worked and check her messages. When she did, my text/photo was waiting for her.

She pays more per month for her AT&T connection, than we do for 400 minutes.


34 posted on 04/20/2011 9:40:54 AM PDT by Grampa Dave (ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IS DESTROYING AMERICA-LOOK AT WHAT IT DID TO THE WHITE HOUSE!)
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To: rivercat

Well, there’s a good reason to track recent locations in the phone — the “where’s my phone” feature that lets you find where your phone got to if/when it gets lost. No idea what justification exists for keeping anything more than recent locations, though.


35 posted on 04/20/2011 9:41:30 AM PDT by kevkrom ("Winning The Future" = WTF = What The F*** / "Kinetic Military Action" = KMA = Kiss My A**)
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To: ml/nj

Thanks for this. Now, we/I know how our younger relatives know how the traffic is going or not going with their I phones.

“I found out. I think. The thing was so d*mn accurate almost to the foot where traffic started to begin moving at normal speed. The only way they could possibly do this is by taking position signals from all the iPhones and seeing how fast they are moving. I think.”


36 posted on 04/20/2011 9:45:01 AM PDT by Grampa Dave (ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IS DESTROYING AMERICA-LOOK AT WHAT IT DID TO THE WHITE HOUSE!)
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To: Naplm

downloaded it, (its a zip file)
but there are no instructions on how to open or install it.
found an index.html file, but it just loads a world map... nothing else.
How is one supposed to use this once they download it?


37 posted on 04/20/2011 9:45:56 AM PDT by Safrguns
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To: rivercat
I predict that the forthcoming app named "EraseTrackFile" will be a big seller...
38 posted on 04/20/2011 9:46:58 AM PDT by TXnMA (America's most Orwellian oxymoronic acronym: "DOJ"...)
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To: Blueflag

True, but with GPS, they know exactly where you are and not just what tower area you are in..


39 posted on 04/20/2011 9:48:05 AM PDT by rokkitapps
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To: rivercat

My best buddy in that department is an antique from Virgin Mobile that has been through more crap than Ed Norton, and still does everything its maker intended. Which does not include GPS or even photography. It has survived being splattered on the highway, and a full cycle in the laundry. It is likely immortal. Cost: $7. per month.


40 posted on 04/20/2011 9:49:02 AM PDT by 668 - Neighbor of the Beast (Public education is WELFARE.)
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To: rivercat
Cross-referencing to similar article
41 posted on 04/20/2011 9:49:53 AM PDT by kevkrom ("Winning The Future" = WTF = What The F*** / "Kinetic Military Action" = KMA = Kiss My A**)
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To: rokkitapps

Sorry, but even if you turn off GPS, the ‘localization’ capability of the network (think radio signal triangulation matched to small timing differences) which is actually essential to the cel network’s ability to keep you connected,
CAN track you down to a pretty small area.

Read about LBS / location based services.

Also look up:

air-watch, Good, MobileIron and Sybase

These are mobile device management applications that can make use of the NATIVE capabilities of the networks and the smart phones themselves.

And no, they DON’T work if your phone or smart IS powered off.


42 posted on 04/20/2011 9:57:48 AM PDT by Blueflag (Res ipsa loquitur)
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To: Arrowhead1952

You are welcome to not want one, but keep in mind that this is not unique to the iPhone.

ALL 3G/ 4G devices CAN *REVEAL* their location, but please understand that ALL celphones and smart phones on digital networks ARE located by the networks to pretty discrete distances. The networks have some pretty smart stuff to be able to connect you, move with you, bill you, etc. Intrinsic to this cel network capability set is the ability to identify WHERE you are.

You may not realize it, but the same is true for your IP address of the computer you are reading this post on.

The information is not the issue — it’s the abuse of it.


43 posted on 04/20/2011 10:03:14 AM PDT by Blueflag (Res ipsa loquitur)
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To: annieokie
Don’t bother me, I’m not doing anything wrong.

"If you've done nothing wrong you have nothing to hide", is the refrain of tyrants and the creed of slaves.

And it doesn't matter if you've done nothing wrong. If a corrupt governemnt wants your money, or your property, or your daughter they'll just make something up and use the police state you allowed them to build to do what they please.

44 posted on 04/20/2011 10:35:21 AM PDT by Roninf5-1 (If ignorance is bliss why are so many Americans on anti-depressants?)
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To: rivercat

Normally your location data is stored on the provider’s servers. The service provider needs to know where you are so they can connect you to the nearest cell tower. I hear it checks your location and makes a log record every 7 seconds.

Apple is just saving money by having the users keep the log.


45 posted on 04/20/2011 10:44:23 AM PDT by <1/1,000,000th%
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To: Grampa Dave

No problem Apple is the liberal dream company, owned and controlled by liberals.

###

There’s no chance a company like Apple or GE would ever use their favored political connections to provide potentially embarassing information to creeps like Obama to humble his political enemies, right? Good, I didn’t think so. / Sarc


46 posted on 04/20/2011 10:46:52 AM PDT by reaganbooster (The democrat party symbol should be the grim reaper instead of the donkey.)
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To: Blueflag

>>>>The information is not the issue — it’s the abuse of it.

Exactly. A hammer, in the hands of a skilled tradesman, can build fine furniture, homes, etc. or in the hands of an artisan can make art - but in the hands of someone with ill will, a hammer can bash in your neighbor’s skull. It’s not the tool - it’s how you use it.


47 posted on 04/20/2011 10:48:29 AM PDT by Keith in Iowa (FR Class of 1998 | TV News is an oxymoron. | MSNBC = Moonbats Spouting Nothing But Crap.)
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To: rivercat; ~Kim4VRWC's~; 1234; 50mm; Abundy; Action-America; acoulterfan; AFreeBird; Airwinger; ...
Is your iPhone tracking your movements? Gizmodo says it is! PING!

Please, No Flame Wars, Discuss technical issues, software, and hardware.
Don't attack people!

Don't respond to the Anti-Apple Thread Trolls!
 PLEASE IGNORE THEM!!!

 


Is Apple Tracking you? Ping!

If you want on or off the Mac Ping List, Freepmail me.

48 posted on 04/20/2011 10:52:46 AM PDT by Swordmaker (This tag line is a Microsoft product "insult" free zone.)
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To: rivercat

ANY cell phone can be tracked. Whether the data is stored at the cell phone company or on the device is pretty much immaterial.


49 posted on 04/20/2011 10:55:15 AM PDT by glorgau
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To: rivercat

I haven’t even been anywhere. Perhaps I should go somewhere. Oh, wait, I don’t have an Iphone...


50 posted on 04/20/2011 11:06:34 AM PDT by brytlea (A tick stole my tagline....)
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