Will being able to see exactly what info Carrier IQ tracks be enough to address privacy concerns?
jack12 1 year ago
Lot's of people, myself among them, were not happy to find out that personally identifiable information was potentially being sent to our wireless carriers without our permissions. Carrier IQ has now said that it will show exactly what info it is tracking in an effort to assuage concerns. Will being able to see what is being sent settle the issue, or is there still going to be pushback against what many see as a blatant intrusion on consumer privacy?
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