Cell Phone vs. Privacy

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We can already use cell phones to get the latest news, sports and stocks, and a lot of phones incorporate GPS, the Global Positioning System. As technology is becoming more and more sophisticated, guests consider how this technology impacts your privacy.


Randall Stross, Professor of business at San Jose State University; Digital Domain columnist for The New York Times



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