PCWorld reports Mozilla is working on a public geolocation data service using cell tower and WiFi signals to give developers “a more privacy-aware option than current alternatives.” "The data would be provided by cell towers, WiFi and IP addresses," the report states, and could be made available to the public. It’s a service already experimentally operating in the U.S., Brazil, Russia, Australia and Indonesia.
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