“How mobile location services work may be technical, but you do not have to be an engineer to have more control,” the California attorney general’s office said. File photo.
“How mobile location services work may be technical, but you do not have to be an engineer to have more control,” the California attorney general’s office said. File photo. Robert F. Bukaty AP
“How mobile location services work may be technical, but you do not have to be an engineer to have more control,” the California attorney general’s office said. File photo. Robert F. Bukaty AP

California AG’s office warns consumers about mobile apps

December 24, 2014 04:16 PM

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