Microsoft Shares Tips on Location Based Services

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Every process has best-practices and location sharing is no different. Some rules are obvious, don't publicly post geo-tagged photos of gold bricks near open windows and don't alert the world to your extended absence may be some of the more obvious practices. However not not everyone knows the basics and that's why Microsoft decided to share what their researchers have learned about location based sharing services.

Location sharing can be a risky business, Microsoft shares what they've learned with their research

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