The rise of GPS devices, Google Maps and other location-tracking technology has led to serious privacy concerns. Increasingly, courts are discussing putting boundaries on how such personal information can be tracked.
Womble Carlyle attorney Ted Claypoole
writes on the intersection of location technology and the law in “Privacy Considerations Limit Geolocation Technologies.” The article is published in the American Bar Association’s Business Law Today
Ted Claypoole focuses his practice on information security, privacy, consumer data treatment and contingency planning matters. He leads data breach incident response teams in the financial, information processing, retail and software industries. A frequent author and speaker on privacy and data security issues, Claypoole practices in Womble Carlyle’s Charlotte office.
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