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Geoslavery - IEEE Technology and Society Magazine

@inproceedings{Dobson2001GeoslaveryI,
  title={Geoslavery - IEEE Technology and Society Magazine},
  author={J. E. Dobson and P. Fisher},
  year={2001}
}
Geographic information systems (GIS) technologies, including Location Based Services (LBS) continuously fed by earth coordinate data streams derived from the Global Positioning System (GPS), recently have given rise to new consumer products advertised for tracking humans as well as animals. Heretofore, GIS has raised public concerns about information privacy, primarily due to its capacity for rapid integration of spatial information and personal information from diverse sources [1]-[3]. Human… Expand
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