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Comment Fixed TFA for you (Score 1) 164 164

The problem, however, is not if, but when the data fall into the wrong hands, or not if, but when the data is compromised. The data is precise enough that Kamkar says Google not can, but will correlate timing and frequency of phone usage to pinpoint an Android owner's home address. "When your phone is at the same location during night hours, they know where you live," says Kamkar. "When your phone location is on the move, they will guess that you're in a car and even calculate how fast your car is moving."

Comment Re:Any lawyers in the house? (Score 1) 293 293

If somebody at Twitter deleted those accounts,... what could the US government do to Twitter as a corporation?

They would ask them for a copy of the deleted information.

I'm sorry, anyone else here under the impression that something deleted off the Internet is actually gone?

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