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"More broadly, Mr. Eckhart published his analysis of Carrier IQ and the underlying training materials to educate the public about privacy concerns raised by your software, which is installed by default on many mobile devices, unbeknownst to most consumers," according to the letter, which was written by Marcia Hoffman, a senior staff attorney at the EFF. The training materials that Eckhart posted on his website had also been publicly accessible via Carrier IQ's website. (They've since been removed.)

Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Information Week
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