The New York Times shows once more how easy it is to identify people through their apps. In a , this data should not be collected. The police don't need it. And it is available for too many companies and people to misuse.

The data showed what some in the tech industry might call a God-view vantage of that dark day. It included about 100,000 location pings for thousands of smartphones.

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