“T-Mobile, AT&T Pledge to Stop Location Sharing by End of March,” The Wall Street Journal, January 12, 2019. Data aggregators to be denied real-time data.
Who owns your location? You’re there, or you were. But their technology tracked it. Do you both own different parts of it? Sure, privacy is a part of it, unless you’re outside, in public. Or was this just a case of the misuse of location data by a collection agency?
- Information, certainly.
- Compliance, with the contractual terms and conditions, yes.
- Governance, why are the phone companies in charge of making this decision? Is it yours, or the government’s, or someone else’s decision? Who’s in charge? Who “owns” the decision?