Cellphone GPS privacy controversy - Are you concerned?
State police there have been using a high-tech "toy" that enables them to extract information from the cell phones of motorists stopped for routine traffic violations. The device, the CelleBrite UFED, is capable of grabbing photos, video, and GPS data
Definitely a privacy issue that will come up, but don't surprised if it's not even mentioned for quite a while. Leaving pictures or anything private on a cell phone is already bad news before this. Too easy to access.
hmmm... interesting post. too many times people are careless and leave private, personal information on their phones. i've been guilty of it myself until recently. definitely a wakeup call!
wow this is like some real mission impossible type stuff, I guess it was bound to happen.
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