Please Rob Me: The Dangers Of Location Based Services

Please Rob Me: The Dangers Of Location Based Services
technology

Aiming to highlight the potential dangers of location-based services, website "Please Rob Me" features a running list of Twitter users declaring they're not home.

Dan Gould
  • 17 february 2010

Aiming to highlight the potential dangers of location-based services, website “Please Rob Me” features a running list of Twitter users declaring they’re not home.

While the setup is humorous, in reality this kind of open physical location sharing could lead to trouble.

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