Major Phone Service Providers Are Selling Access to Customer Location Data

Cell phone service providers including AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint are allegedly selling access to the location data of their customers, which can end up in the possession of unauthorized individuals, according to a recent report.
Cellphone service providers sell access to their customers’ location data, which can even end up in the hands of bounty hunters, according to a new report by Motherboard, which had launched an investigation to see if it was possible for a bounty hunter to obtain access to an individual’s geographical location.

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