Scoop: AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint all selling customers' real-time location; ultimately ends up in the hands of bounty hunters. I know, because I paid someone $300 on the black market to track us. Located to a specific part of New York. No hacking required https://t.co/0YtKw5LQwG
Telcos sell customers' real time location to one set of companies, that then sell it to an array of different industries: car rental, fraud detection, and yes, bounty hunters. The supply chain is so complex, the telcos don't even know who has your data https://t.co/0YtKw5LQwG pic.twitter.com/Y6LJvcHvJP
Any whispers of something similar in the EU, specifically without hacking or SS7 trickery?