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Wireless carriers spend a surprising amount of time sharing customers' private data with law enforcement, who pay for the info using your tax dollars
Google's Nexus S: Android smartphones from AT&T, Sprint, HTC, and Samsung reportedly come with built-in tracking software that records a user's phone activity to a frightening degree.
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