Bounty Hunters and other low level enforcement were able to monitor and track cell phones nationwide with minimal legal oversight for as cheap as $7.50 per phone. The service was approved by all 4 major phone companies and gave real-time location info. motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/… Retweeted by whatever

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It wasn’t just cops. Before going through what appears to be a serious rebranding and discontinuing the product, at least one company, Captira, was selling phone geolocation to another market, according to website archives: bounty hunters. motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/… Retweeted by James Jimmy Cieloha

Bounty Hunters and other low level enforcement were able to monitor and track cell phones nationwide with minimal legal oversight for as cheap as $7.50 per phone. The service was approved by all 4 major phone companies and gave real-time location info. motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/… Retweeted by PunchYourLocalNazi

Bounty Hunters and other low level enforcement were able to monitor and track cell phones nationwide with minimal legal oversight for as cheap as $7.50 per phone. The service was approved by all 4 major phone companies and gave real-time location info. motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/… Retweeted by jgarcia

Bounty Hunters and other low level enforcement were able to monitor and track cell phones nationwide with minimal legal oversight for as cheap as $7.50 per phone. The service was approved by all 4 major phone companies and gave real-time location info. motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/… Retweeted by ANARCHIMEDIA

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@JohnLegere @RonWyden @TMobile T-Mobile said in its letter to Wyden that it sells data to LocationSmart and Zumigo, and that it will continue to sell data to data aggregators. Your tweet doesn't specify which companies you're going to stop doing business with. Are you going to cut off LocationSmart and Zumigo?