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Daily Dashboard | Military purchasing location data from everyday apps Related reading: California bill on universal opt-out mechanisms introduced



Vice reports the U.S. military improved its tracking of people around the world via location data generated by various third-party applications. These streams of sensitive data are obtained from data broker X-Mode, which collects the data from apps and then flips them to contractors that maintain military ties. Among the biggest sources for data is a Muslim prayer app that has accrued more than 98 million downloads, leaving those users open to potential tracking.
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