Executive Update

Geolocation and Privacy: Part I -- Wide Choices, Legal Issues

Posted May 11, 2011 | Leadership | Leadership |

Location-based services have many features and applications that all executives need to be aware of, as their organizations likely are, or will be, using them. The purpose of this two-part Executive Update series is to present a panorama of the varied location-based services accompanied by an analysis of the legal issues raised. The privacy implications of geolocation have to be evaluated according to the role played by the data subject and the collection and processing of personal information.

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Tara Taubman
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