places users at serious risk of privacy invasions, including stalking. Moreover, this secretly-gathered private information may be subpoenaed and become public in the course of any litigation, including divorce proceedings.(Um...maybe the horrific relationship choices these plaintiffs have made deserve a little attention too. After the iPhone thing, of course.)
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