Posted by not_bob in Privacy (edited by a moderator )

While some states have taken steps to protect cell phone information, Massachusetts could become the first state to outright ban the sale of location data from cell phones.

A bill making its way through the state house was designed to protect health care privacy following the overturn of Roe v. Wade, but it could have much broader effects.

Even if this passes, it will be very difficult to enforce. Data sharing/selling is such a common practice.



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