Would you feel better about Google tracking your phone if it helps cops solve crimes?

Would you feel better about Google tracking your phone if it helps cops solve crimes?

April 15th, 2019|Tags: , , , , |

On Monday April 15, 2019, Alan Friedman at Phone Arena wrote:
Law enforcement is increasingly counting on Google's location data to help them find suspects and witnesses related to criminal investigations. Google's Sensorvault database can spit out the devices that were in a certain area at a specific time.

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