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Your Mobile Phone Can Be Tracked Without GPS - Or Your Consent

As the US Supreme Court mulls over the case of Carpenter v. United States, which may have far-reaching consequences for police who track suspects without a warrant via their mobile phones, four engineers at Princeton University have revealed a brand-new method for identifying the location of a mobile phone user. The result of their ingenuity is as remarkable as it is alarming.
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