Apple has made a lengthy but incomplete response to the concerns raised last week regarding the apparent logging of locations by the iPhone. It says it doesn't track users, but did not deny claims that data stored in the iPhone can be used to track where it had been.
Following the media frenzy over the Apple iPhone's exposÃ© for supposedly tracking users' movements, it might be unwise to point out the obvious.
The iPhone keeps a log of where it has been. A new open source program plots the data on a map for easy viewing. Privacy advocates are worried.
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