I'm on board with Soghoian: We need laws that not only disclose who's watching where we go, but also giving consumers control over who else gets to know.
In the future, lawyers and the cops won't have to ask "where were you on the night of Dec. 4, 2009?" They'll know already, because they'll have your cell phone records in hand. Think about that, the next time you leave the house with your constant companion.
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