Privacy advocates say the lack of legal clarity about who can gain access to location information poses a serious risk. Cellphones that report your location promote the scrutiny of small decisions -- where to have lunch, when to take a break, how fast to drive -- rather than general accountability.
"Your location is going to be known at all times by some electronic device. It's inevitable."
There are few answers, but the debate is already taking shape.
Critics worry that it will become ubiquitous before legal guidelines are established.
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