A bug in cell phone tracking firm’s website leaked millions of Americans’ real-time locations
The bug allowed one Carnegie Mellon researcher to track anyone’s cell phone in real time.
A company that collects the real-time location data on millions of cell phone customers across North America had a bug in its website that allowed anyone to see where a person is located — without obtaining their consent. Earlier this week, we reported that four of the largest cell giants in the US are selling your real-time location data to a company that you’ve probably never heard about before. The (...)