Where I'm Calling From

Friday, May 08, 2009

Transcript

In big and small screen thrillers law enforcement is able to track you via your cell phone signal in seconds flat. But how real is that capability and what are the privacy safeguards in place when everyone’s got a cell phone? Al Gidari, Seattle privacy attorney, explains how your cell phone signal may know you better then you know yourself.

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