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This is the VOA Special English Technology Report.
(1) in the United States have expanded an (2) into the use of location-tracking (3) on mobile (4).
The action (5) recent reports about the storing of information on the Apple iPhone, iPad and iTouch. Questions have also been (6) about Google Android devices. Some people consider (7) tracking to be a (8) to personal privacy and (9).
Allan Friedman is the research director for technology and (10) at the Brookings Institution in Washington. He says all (11) companies do some amount of(12)  tracking as part of their (13). Mr. Friedman says this information is usually stored by the (14), not the devices, and there are (15) to protect it.
ALLAN FRIEDMAN: "Law enforcement, for example, has to have a fairly high (16) before it can access that (17). And the phone company is also prohibited from (18) that information."
(19) discussed the (20) of mobile privacy last year. Now, two (21) reported last month that location tracking information is being (22) directly on Apple devices. They said Apple's newest (23) systems gather global positioning system and timestamp information.
The information is stored on the device in a file that is also (24) to any computer that the device is (25) to. The researchers say the information is (26) to anyone who has access to the device or computer.
Allan Friedman says this raises additional concerns.
ALLAN FRIEDMAN: "There's the idea that because it's on my phone and on my computer, rogue (27) that I pay for or that I'm tricked into downloading may be able to (28) this data and somehow (29) it."
Apple, in a statement, says it is "not (30) the location of your iPhone."The company says it is simply keeping a (31) of Wi-Fi hotspots and cell phone (32) near the user's location. It says this information is meant to help the iPhone quickly find its location when needed.
Last week, (33) of the House Energy and Commerce Committee sent letters to some of the leading mobile device (34). These include Apple and Google. The (35) asked for more information about their location tracking systems.
Allan Friedman (36) this an important start to strengthening privacy laws.
ALLAN FRIEDMAN: There aren’t strong (37) over things like location data. We need to understand who is getting my location information, what are they doing with it, how long are they keeping it. And perhaps the most important question is, is my location data tied with other (38) about me?”
A new Senate subcommittee on privacy, technology and the law (39) to hold a hearing on May tenth about protecting mobile (40).
And that's the VOA Special English Technology Report, written by June Simms, and available online at I'm Steve Ember

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