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privacy concerns

Much has been made in recent days of Apple’s so called “consolidate.db” file and its ability to track our every move using an iDevice. However, while Apple is set to eliminate those concerns by way of an iOS 4.3.3 update, this doesn’t end the matter in terms of privacy.

New iPhone Tracking Controversy Is Debated, Could Be Simple Bug

More information has been uncovered about Apple’s file, which apparently tracks our every move. For privacy advocates, it is probably very good news. It appears that the file was never supposed to track our every move forever, and because of this, the problem should eventually be solved. However, is this the end of the story?

Bryan M. Wolfe