Tracking Device Raises Questions of Privacy, Safety
Center for Internet and Society Fellow Chris Ridder is quoted in the Palo Alto Daily News in an article about an electronic tracking device that raises questions about privacy:
Chris Ridder, from Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society, said there are already plenty of devices that can be used to track people. He said a computer chip in FasTrak transponders -- used to pay bridge tolls automatically -- can be tracked. And services such as Loopt and Latitude allow people using their cell phones to be located.