I Gave a Bounty Hunter $300. Then He Located Our Phone | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


I Gave a Bounty Hunter $300. Then He Located Our Phone

T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T are selling access to their customers’ location data, and that data is ending up in the hands of bounty hunters and others not authorized to possess it, letting them track most phones in the country.

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So, if you live in Los Angeles, and drive to Las Vegas for the weekend, criminals can know you are away from home and empty the place by the time you get back!

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