personal location law and policy

Spatial Law and Policy is up with a new post reviewing the latest on personal geolocation and privacy. They point toward the larger issues:

However, my sense is that this is much bigger – and the conversation should be much broader – than debating such things as whether location privacy settings on Facebook should be opt-in or opt out. What is needed is an informed dialogue and debate on how location technology is changing our lives and which are privacy concerns are legitimate and which are normal reactions to being uncomfortable with the introduction of new technology.

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