Intel drafts privacy license for mobile device software

Friday, 10 November 2006, 12:15 AM EST

Intel has attached a privacy license to its new location-aware software product, intended to protect cell phone usersí personal information as mobile devices increasingly rely on tracking technology to provide targeted services.

Installed on a smart phone or ultramobile PC, location-aware software can use GPS technology to produce tailored information like driving directions, nearby restaurants and movie schedules. The downside of that feature is that handsets can double as tracking devices if location data is not kept private.

At Computerworld.

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