Список авторов:Temirgaliyev Zholdasbek Software developer “Dream Team” Company
Abstract: Location awareness, the ability to determine geographical position, is an emerging technology with
both significant benefits and important privacy implications for users of mobile devices such as cell phones and
PDAs. Location is determined either internally by a device or externally by systems and networks with which the
device interacts, and the resultant location information may be stored, used, and disclosed under various conditions
that are described. Thirteen specific privacy issues are enumerated and discussed as examples of the challenges
we will face as these technologies and their associated products and services are deployed. Regulation by govern-
ments, standards organizations, industry groups, public interest groups, and marketplace forces are discussed as it
may help address privacy issues. 1.
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