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Author Topic: Use an Android phone, commit a crime, Google SensorVault could help police nab you  (Read 679 times)

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A new series by the New York Times investigating privacy has uncovered a Google database known internally as SensorVault. Police have been able to access the database to help identify suspects based on their movements recorded in SensorVault.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Use-an-Android-phone-commit-a-crime-Google-SensorVault-could-help-police-nab-you.417167.0.html

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Things only get scary when you realize the definition of a crime varies wildly from place to place.

 

 
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