The Spanish Courts have ruled that telecommunications providers must abide by their customers' right to access their location data.
The national court may not impose a temporal limitation on the effects of a declaration of invalidity of a national law that provides for such retention
The app is a major source of raw location data for a multibillion-dollar industry that buys, packages, and sells people’s movements.
Earlier this week, Motherboard revealed the company’s cruel “take it or leave” demand to its 75,000 delivery drivers: submit to biometric surveillance or lose your job.
If the dataset was big enough, would individual records become anonymous by being “lost in the crowd”? Researchers discuss how there are limits to privacy in location datasets.