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While iPhone and iPad owners waffled between Skynet jokes and genuine concern over yesterday's confirmation that the devices may be mapping their every move, Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., got down to business, firing off nine pointed questions in a two-page open letter to Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
Researchers Alasdair Allan and Pete Warden developed an open source application, iPhone Tracker, to illustrate their findings. Msnbc.com reporter Rosa Golijan tested the app yesterday and found "an eerily accurate replay of my travels around my home." Further, "the location markers get unnervingly close
I read with concern a recent report by security researchers that Apple's iOS 4 operating system is secretly compiling its customers' location data