The NSA could figure out how many Americans it’s spying on. It just doesn’t want to.

The NSA says it can't estimate how many Americans are subject to location tracking. That's hard to believe.

  • Timothy B. Lee
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  • Dec 4, 2013
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How stores use your phone’s WiFi to track your shopping habits

Can a Do Not Call registry for geolocation data work?

Teenage girls are way more worried about apps tracking their locations than boys are

They are significantly more likely to turn off location tracking features in apps than boys are.

How ‘Star Wars’ explains government location tracking

In which Emperor Palpatine learns Senator Amidala frequents a lesbian bar.

Your location history is like a fingerprint. And cops can get it without a warrant.

Our schedules reveal more about us than we realize.