Topic: location based services
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T-Mobile said it intends to fight a $91.6 million fine proposed by the FCC related to unauthorized sales of customers' location data.
The four largest U.S. carriers face combined FCC fines totaling about $209 million for selling access to customers’ real-time location data.
The FCC says at least least one unnamed wireless carrier broke the law in disclosing customers' real-time location data.
Analyst Chetan Sharma said there is not much regulatory oversight as to how consumer data is shared.
Location technology company Polte Corporation announced it has raised $12.5 million in strategic funding.
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The top U.S. wireless carriers have told the FCC they stopped selling customer location data to third-party aggregators.
AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint became embroiled in a pair of scandals involving location data and bail bond firms.
The mobile operators have pledged to discontinue their relationships with location aggregators. But their pledges are completely voluntary.