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Daily Dashboard | GAO Pushes for Work on Location Data Privacy Related reading: On the pitfalls of reputation economics

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A report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) calls attention to the vague treatment of location data in many corporate privacy policies. “Companies were collecting consumers' location data, but did not clearly state how the companies were using these data or what third parties they may share them with,” The GAO report states. National Journal reports that while the GAO pushes for federal action, just two specific recommendations are made, including that the FTC outline its views on mobile location-data privacy and that the Commerce Department set concrete goals for its work with consumer advocates and industry to develop voluntary standards. Some politicians are using the report as evidence for legislation in this area.
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