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Forget about Apple storing - on your own iPhone - where you've been... (214.0) - Mark's Journal
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Forget about Apple storing - on your own iPhone - where you've been... (214.0)
And if you’re wondering why this might be an issue, research by the MIT Media Lab shows that with access to recent data, your future activities over the next 12 hours — such as whom you’ll meet, where you’ll be, and what you’ll be doing — can be predicted with 80–5% accuracy. Which raises the rather creepy idea that AT&T or the NSA might know what you’ll be doing before you do.

More: http://tidbits.com/article/12250
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sylrayj From: sylrayj Date: June 15th, 2011 11:44 pm (UTC) (Link)
Honestly, with a lot of the social networking things these days, it wouldn't be too hard to chart out quite a few lives. The internet is changing, and I'm not sure it's changing for the better.
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