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If you were not convinced they are serious individual and collective risks including democracy risks linked to privacy abuses and in particular location tracking, here is some help
nytimes.com/interactive/2019/1

This study could really help projects working on privacy such as @ExodusPrivacy@twitter.com @cryptpad@twitter.com @e_mydata@twitter.com @TutanotaTeam@twitter.com @ProtonMail@twitter.com @NgiZero@twitter.com let's hope it can raise people's conciousness

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@ldubost Very true! This study of a dataset containing 50 billion location data points of 12 million Americans phones indeed shows why users should and deserve to have more trustworthy smartphones, apps and technology in general. In a #NextGenerationInternet, software and hardware should serve you, instead of surveil you just for the sake of advertising. @NGI4eu

One important aspect is what can be done with the data: Location data is next to DNA in terms of uniquely identifying people and by crossing adresses with location data of multiple people at the same time there is a lot to learn

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