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Thieves Use GPS Devices To Find Out Where You Live

antdude (79039) writes | more than 4 years ago

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antdude (79039) writes "This AOL Autos article reports that "Global Positioning System (GPS) devices add convenience to our lives, but also could pose a home security threat. Aside from making driving easier, the on-board electronics revolution has given some people a new direction in their lives. Unfortunately, it could take them right into your bedroom or living room.

These people are GPS thieves. When they steal your device, they sometimes get more than just an electronics item they can sell for $100 or more on the street. They get your home address...""

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