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Location data companies tracking and selling smartphone users' information, report reveals

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The New York Times obtained a file that they say reveals where more than 12 million people went with their cell phones, adding that it’s not hard to figure out individuals’ identities from the data. Location data companies regularly gather and sell this information in a process that is totally legal and unregulated.