Seems you can track someone's cellphone for $300
from Minnesota Lawyer
First came the story. Then a letter from 15 U.S. senators demanding a government investigation of the sale of location data by the wireless industry. And, of course, there is a lawsuit. On Jan. 8, the technology site Motherboard published an article saying telecommunications companies including AT&T Inc., Sprint Corp. and T-Mobile US Inc. were selling access to their customers’ data to "location aggregators" and that the information, meant for roadside assistance services and the like, was ending up on the black market.
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