While many would rather not have their location data tracked much less stored, the government wants carriers to actually save the data for instead. Citing that the info will be a great help to law enforcement agencies in collecting "essential evidence," they'd rather have the data available on hand, for a maximum period of 2 years, rather than just stop location tracking/recording altogether. Valid excuse, but can we really trust carriers with these sensitive info?

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