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Smartphone Data: Information and Issues Regarding Surreptitious Tracking Apps That Can Facilitate Stalking
Mark L. Goldstein (au)
Smartphone tracking apps exist that allow a person to not only surreptitiously track another personäó»s smartphone location information, but also surreptitiously intercept the smartphoneäó»s communications -- such as texts, e-mails, and phone calls. This type of monitoring -- without a personäó»s knowledge or consent -- can present serious safety and privacy risks. This report examines (1) how companies are marketing smartphone tracking apps on their websites; (2) concerns that selected stakeholders have about the use of tracking apps to facilitate stalking; and (3) actions the federal government has taken or could take to protect individuals from the use of surreptitious tracking apps. Tables and figures. this is a print on demand report.
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