Displaying items by tag: location data

Car subscription service Carbar has partnered with mobility services and connected vehicle solutions provider Intelematics, an RACV company, to develop a new app aimed at improving customer experience and allowing monitoring of a vehicle’s ‘health’.

Published in Deals

The Federal Court has found that Google LLC and Google Australia Pty Ltd misled consumers about personal location data collected through Android mobile devices between January 2017 and December 2018.

Published in Listed Tech

Singapore e-scooter provider Neuron Mobility has launched its Follow My Ride service in Australia, which allows a Neuron rider to share their location in real time with someone else during their e-scooter trip, and provides added security while riding alone.

Published in Security

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the government would not be looking to use location data to track people anonymously in order to find out if they are following the rules which have been put in place to keep the coronavirus pandemic in check within the country.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The Australian competition watchdog has taken search giant Google to the Federal Court over allegedly making false or misleading claims about the collection of personal location data.

Published in Technology Regulation

Gmail users are finding that details of all their purchases are being stored within their Google account, even though they do not use Google Pay, a post on Reddit claims.

Published in Home Tech

Location data provider PSMA Australia has rolled out a Buildings API which is claimed to allow software developers to have authoritative location intelligence to Web-enabled business processes and applications.

Published in Business Intelligence

The demand for, and volume of, location data in Australia is unprecedented, according to a key industry player, with the telecommunications and insurance sectors the most interested in the use of location data services.

Published in Market

A number of US politicians have written to Alphabet chief executive Larry Page and Apple chief executive Tim Cook, raising questions about the handling of personal information of users.

Published in Technology Regulation
Thursday, 02 June 2016 10:27

Police find good use for Android location data

Android users, beware. The location data that is stored on your Google profile can result in the police tracking you down for any reason they wish.

Published in Mobility

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