AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon have all announced plans to cease the sale of real-time location sharing to third parties.
The development follows an investigation conducted by Vice's Motherboard where a bounty hunter was able to track down a reporter's phone by using just a phone number.
Senators and policy makers are now calling for increased legislation on the carriers and have called the practice a breach of national security.
Amid increasing pressure from federal lawmakers, three of the...
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