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iPhone Tracking - Is it Right?
 Of those who didn't know, where were you? Both Apple and Google/Android do as far as I'm concerned. They don’t deliver fully if you turn the cookies off. So if you want the full package then its all (or nothing), not sure of RIMs intentions! I expect it will be the same from MS/Nokia, but it would be a USP if they split the commission clicks (in my dreams)! 
Ben Cowell - April 25, 2011
 Apple has reportedly admitted that a bug in its software is the reason why iPhones and iPads to collect data related to their location even when users turn off permission to collect it – but true to its ‘responsive and consumer-centric’ type, the company says it will soon remedy this oversight. The data is uploaded to Apple in an "encrypted and anonymous" form. Apple has said that the file discovered by researchers and described in the Guardian is not used for tracking of the phone or its owner and that the location data that researchers are seeing on the iPhone is not the past or present location of the iPhone, but rather the locations of Wi-Fi hotspots and [mobile network] cell towers. I don’t believe there is any cause for alarm, and in any case,the company has pledged to remedy this soonest 
Tomi Ogunlesi, Strategy Planner, Bates Cosse - April 29, 2011
Khandoker Mahmudur Rahman, Assistant Professor, School of Business, United International University, Bangladesh - May 1, 2011
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