jfruhlinger writes "As smartphones with GPS capabilities wear away at the dedicated GPS market, vendors like Tom Tom need to find new revenue streams. Tom Tom decided that it would be a good idea to "share" (i.e., sell) aggregated data from their users to Dutch law enforcement. The company claims that they assumed that the data would be used to improve traffic safety and road engineering, and were shocked, shocked to discover that instead the police used it to figure out the best places to put speed traps." Link to Original Source
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