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Scratching the Service on Geo-Location Services (March 1, 2009)
The firm Quova provides online businesses with geographic information about users based on their IP addresses. Does this compromise users’ privacy? The company says that it doesn’t — and many privacy experts agree. This article examines Quova’s techniques...
Government and Private Surveillance of Public Spaces:  A Privacy Issue? (March 1, 2009)
Traditional attitudes and legal precedents have held that an individual should have no expectation of privacy in a public space. However, the amount and connectivity of data generated by the growing use of surveillance cameras and pedestrian- and vehicle-tracking technologies has some privacy advocates concerned...
Greetings! (March 1, 2009)
Technologies that pinpoint our locations are improving in accuracy and growing in prevalence, provoking new conversations about what constitutes personal data. The uses of geo-location services are many--advertising, fraud control, compliance, and security--and will continue to multiply. ABI Research projects the location-based services market will be a $13.3 billion industry by 2013, meaning these conversations will grow in numbers and...