Cell Phone vs. Privacy 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.  
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Cell Phone vs. Privacy

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Cell Phone vs. Privacy

Cell Phone vs. Privacy

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.

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