Is where you are “information”? If so, who owns it? Can one piece of information be owned by more than one person, at the same time? Is this something unique about “information” generally?
“Phone Giants Cut Off Two Location Services,” The Wall Street Journal, June 20, 2018, A1. Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint will stop selling your location to two middlemen.
This decision wasn’t a recognition that your location is your information. Rather, it was because one middleman allowed law enforcement agencies to see location data without a warrant. So, the phone companies are protecting your privacy from the government, but not from the phone companies.
One would hope that you could decide how and when your location data could be used by someone else. But that is your decision, on your information.
Toody and Muldoon, where are you?