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Mobile Device Location Data: Additional Federal Actions Could Help Protect Consumer Privacy
Mark L. Goldstein (au); Gregory C. Wilshusen (au)
Smartphones can provide services based on consumersäó» location, raising potential privacy risks if companies use or share location data without consumersäó» knowledge. The Fed. Telecommunications Comm. (FTC) enforces prohibitions against unfair and deceptive practices, and the Nat. Telecommunications and Information Admin. (NTIA sets national telecommunications policy. This report reviews (1) how mobile industry companies collect location data, why they share these data, and how this affects consumers; (2) actions private sector entities have taken to protect consumersäó» privacy and ensure security of location data; and (3) actions federal agencies have taken to protect consumer privacy and what additional federal efforts, if any, are needed. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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