The Black Market for Black People’s Phone Data

Joe Kukura
May 13, 2019 - 5:00
The Black Market for Black People’s Phone Data

In a recent New York Times article, Geoffrey Starksone of the members of the Federal Communications Commission, made a thought-provoking point about wireless phone carriers’ rampant selling of customer data to shady third parties. “The misuse of this data is downright dangerous,” wrote Commissioner Geoffrey...

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One Reply to “The Black Market for Black People’s Phone Data”

  1. This article although heartbreaking, made for an amazing piece!
    Thank you for shedding light on the topic – I literally had no idea about it!

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